How to File an Injunction in Florida?

Answer An injunction is a court order requiring another party to cease a course of action or to undertake a certain course of action. Temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions are types of ... Read More »

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How to File an Injunction in Texas?

In Texas, an injunction is referred to as an "extraordinary remedy." The details surrounding filing a petition for injunctive relief can be found in the Texas Code under Civil Practice and Remedies... Read More »

How to File an Injunction for Slander?

Slander is defined, under law, as defamation of character. Specifically, slander is a verbal offense that causes provable harm to the character and/or reputation of an individual in a personal or p... Read More »

How to File an Injunction in the State of New Hampshire?

Injunctions are court orders that prohibit someone from engaging in a behavior. The most common injunction is a restraining order or an order or protection in domestic violence cases. You will need... Read More »

What Is a Tax Under the Tax Injunction Act?

A “tax” under the Tax Injunction Act (28 USCA § 1342) is a charge imposed by a state or local government to raise general revenue, pay for the costs of regulation, or to pay for governmental b... Read More »