permanent injunction

Definition of "permanent injunction"
  1. A lasting court command that directs a person or entity to do or stop doing specific activities, typically issued after the resolution of the lawsuit related to those activities
How to use "permanent injunction" in a sentence
  1. The court issued a permanent injunction, ordering the factory to stop its pollution activities.
  2. The developer breached the permanent injunction by continuing to construct on protected land.
  3. The judge granted a permanent injunction against the website, preventing further copyright violations.

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