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IRREPARABLE HARM

a type of injury for which no remedy at law (damages) suffices, and that thus requires a court of equity to intervene, often by issuing an injunction to prevent the conduct or conditions that are causing or threatening the injury. In fact, showing of imminent irreparable injury is ordinarily prerequisite to a request for an injunction. Source: Barron's Dictionary of Legal Terms, Steven H. Gifis, 5th Edition; ©
"Ordinarily, the time, trouble, and expense of an unnecessary trial are not considered “irreparable injury” for these purposes"
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