injunctive relief – The decision of a court to use its authority to address a problem directly by ordering someone to stop, or refrain, from doing a particular action. It is not a judgment for money but applies where money won't solve the problem. A court can order injunctive relief before a case is decided with finality. For instance, an order that disputed artwork cannot be  destroyed until a final judgment is rendered.

 

 

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