An injunction is a court order which either prevents an individual from doing something, or alternatively orders them to carry out a specific action.

When dealing with property matters, injunctions are often used in order to prevent neighbours or others from causing a nuisance or to prevent someone from carrying out building works which are likely to affect your property.

Anyone who is considering applying for an injunction needs to take prompt legal advice to ensure that they are not likely to be exposed to any financial risk as, if it subsequently found that the injunction should not have been granted, the other party may be able to seek compensation from you for damages.

At Palmers, our property litigation experts will be able to advise if an injunction should be considered and will be able to provide you with a range of options to help you overcome your dispute.

Andrew Skinner

Consultant Solicitor & Client Care Officer

Leanne Bowman

Credit Control Manager

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