According to SRA 1877, what is perpetual injunction?

According to section 54 or SRA 1877, a perpetual injunction is a court order that permanently stops someone from doing a specific action. It is used when ongoing harm or rights violation is expected, and it remains in effect indefinitely. This type of injunction is granted if the court believes the harm outweighs any potential benefits.


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