Definition of "preinjunction"
  1. A court order that mandates or prohibits certain actions until it can be determined if a permanent injunction should be issued
How to use "preinjunction" in a sentence
  1. Due to the risk involved, the judge issued a preinjunction to halt construction.
  2. She sought a preinjunction from the court to prevent her business partner from selling their shared assets.
  3. The city requested a preinjunction to stop the demolition of the historic building until more information could be gathered.

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