字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント A court injunction is the judicial order that requires the person to do or stop doing something. Plaintiffs can apply for a court injunction which request a judge to prohibit a defendant from engaging in a specific act. There are three different types of injunctions: temporary injunctions more commonly known as temporary restraining orders a short-term measure, preliminary injunctions which are often issued at the beginning of a court case and proceed to the duration of the case, and permanent injunctions which are issued as a final judgment. If an injunction is granted the court might require you to get an injunction bond. An injunction bond guarantees reimbursement should it turn out that an injunction should not have been granted.