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How do I effectively put a/build a Petition for INJUNCTION based on that info I gave to stop this fraud/shameI was denied due process
The judgment rendered is void and he continued to adjudicate and injure meThe judge abused discretion/ignored my motions fully and legally supported/and flat out was biased against me
An Injunction is an "equitable" remedy and equitable remedies are granted when a remedy "at law" will not compensate an individual for his loss. For example, an equitable remedy is granted when monetary damages will not restore the Petitioner to his previous position, nor make him "whole"
A Petition for an Injunction whether temporary or permanent, is drafted in the same way other pleadings are drafted, i.e., in numbered paragraphs with each paragraph containing only one sentence.
You would start in the usual way,
"Petitioner (Your Name) as and for his Petition for a Temporary Injunction, respectfully alleges and avers the following;
1. Petitioner is _____________ and resides at ____________________
2. Respondent is Name of entity who you want to enjoin from doing something
To draft an effective Petition for an Injunction, you must convince the Court that monetary damages will not compensate you for your imminent loss and you would do that by alleging:
1. Facts which can be substantiated and are not based on speculation
2. You must allege that irreparable and imminent harm will result if the injunction is not issued
3. Explain what the irreparable harm to you will be
4. There is no adequate remedy at law and that an award of money damages will not be sufficient to compensate you for your loss;
5. The harm to you if an Injunction is not granted is greater than any harm to Respondent
6. You will be substantially prejudiced if the Injunction is not granted
Each County has their own local rules to which we do not have access, so it would be a good idea to call the Clerk of the Court, tell them that you are filing a Petition for a Temporary Injunction with a proposed Order and you would like to know what else must be attached to the Petiion and how many copies you should file. A "Proposed Order" is the Order you want the Judge to sign when your Petition is granted,
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