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I have been assaulted by my neighbor on three separate occasions.

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I have been assaulted by my neighbor on three separate occasions. The Police have cautioned him but have not taken any action. They suggested that I take out an injunction against him to stop him from approaching me again. Is this possible and is it costly?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  Thomas Judge replied 1 year ago.
Injunctions are court orders which usually tell a person that they are not allowed to do a certain act. If someone breaks an injunction the court can send him or her to prison. Injunctions may also have a 'power of arrest', which means that the police can arrest the person who breaks the injunction and take them to court. A solicitor would charge about £750 and could be done pretty much straight away