A Short note on Injunction
Mon, 13 Dec 2021
When a party is in breach of a negative term of the contract (i.e., where he is doing something which he promised not to do), in such a case the court may by issuing an order restrain him from doing what he promised not to do, such an order of the court is known as “Injunction”. The grant of an injunction by the court is normally discretionary, but there seems no reason why the court should refuse the grant of an injunction to restrain the breach of contract.
a) Whereby a promisor undertakes not to do something.
b) Which is negative in substance though not in the form.