C-25.01 - Code of Civil Procedure

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511. An interlocutory injunction may be granted if the applicant appears to have a right to it and it is judged necessary to prevent serious or irreparable prejudice to the applicant or to avoid creating a factual or legal situation that would render the judgment on the merits ineffective.
The court may grant an interlocutory injunction subject to a suretyship being provided to cover the costs and any resulting prejudice.
It may suspend or renew an interlocutory injunction for the time and subject to the conditions it determines.
2014, c. 1, a. 511.