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CHAPTER 8 Injunctions and arbitration

London Maritime Arbitration

Page 115 CHAPTER 8 Injunctions and arbitration A. Introduction 8.1 An injunction is an order requiring a party to do something or (more usually) to refrain from doing something. It is a remedy with a very broad range of use. For example, freezing orders may be granted to stop a party dissipating its assets pending the determination of a dispute (see chapter 18 ). Injunctions may also be the appropriate remedy to prevent disclosure of confidential information (see chapter 13 ). Injunctions are a general remedy which arbitrators can award under section 48(5) of the 1996 Act (see chapter 19 ).

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