Wednesday, 20 November 2019

What is difference between status quo and injunction?

Injunction order restrains the defendant(s) covering his legal representatives, emploees, agents,his friends or any one claiming title through such defendant(s) alone. ... Whereas the status quo order binds the defendant(s) as well as the plaintiff against alteration of the existing situation/status of the property.


Status quo generally refers to the existing state of affairs or circumstances. A status quo order should be issued by a judge to prevent any of the parties involved in a dispute from taking any action until the matter can be resolved. It seeks to prevent harm or preserve the existing conditions, so that a party's position is not prejudiced in the meantime until a resolution is reached. Injunction order restrains the defendant(s) covering his legal representatives, emploees, agents,his friends or any one claiming title through such defendant(s) alone.


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