Bernhard Law Firm just published this primer on preliminary injunctions in Florida civil actions.
Preliminary injunctive relief requires establishing: (i) the likelihood of irreparable harm and the unavailability of an adequate remedy at law, unless the action is to enforce real property covenants; (ii) substantial likelihood of success on the merits; (iii) that the threatened injury outweighs any possible harm; and (iv) that granting a preliminary injunction will not disserve the public interest. U.S. 1 Office Corp. at 210 (aff’ing lessee’s preliminary injunction from eviction where it faced business destruction without opportunity to apprise customers of new location, damages difficult to calculate without trace record at new location, and harm was ongoing).
If you have questions about preliminary injunctions and temporary injunctions in Florida civil court, please contact Bernhard Law Firm PLLC at 786-871-3349, email@example.com, www.bernhardlawfirm.com.
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