Irreparable Injury


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Irreparable Injury

Any harm or loss that is not easily repaired, restored, or compensated by monetary damages. A serious wrong, generally of a repeated and continuing nature, that has an equitable remedy of injunctive relief.

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Otherwise the angles might inflict on the unwary Feeler irreparable injury. It is essential for the safety of the Feeler that the Felt should stand perfectly still.
But, my dear captain, an accident may happen in a moment, and it would require but one unlucky blow to do the balloon an irreparable injury, so that the trip would be totally defeated; therefore we must act with the greatest caution."
Her thoughts were silently fixed on the irreparable injury which too early an independence and its consequent habits of idleness, dissipation, and luxury, had made in the mind, the character, the happiness, of a man who, to every advantage of person and talents, united a disposition naturally open and honest, and a feeling, affectionate temper.
So tender were his lamentations, that the kindly Mr Boffin was quite sorry for him, and almost felt mistrustful that in buying the house he had done him an irreparable injury.
The court said that if the DOE circular is not restrained, Petron 'might be placed at risk of losing its trade secrets and incur irreparable injury by disclosing such information to DOE.'
The complainant further said that her tweets, which were intensively shared on Twitter and other international platforms, caused irreparable injury to the reputation of India.
"Plaintiff will suffer irreparable injury from the enforcement and threat of enforcement of the ordinance, and will continue to suffer irreparable injury until the threat of enforcement is lifted," the lawsuit reads.
A hearing on the temporary restraining order was held July 12 in Travis County District Court, after which the judge found evidence of irreparable injury, loss, and/or damage if the court did not issue a temporary restraining order.
The judge ruled that after hearing both parties, the complainant demonstrated that he will suffer irreparable injury which cannot be adequately compensated by award of damages if injunctive orders are not granted."That orders are hereby issued restraining Ms Said by herself, through servants and or employees from sub-dividing, selling, transferring, threatening, evicting and interfering in any other manner with the suit property and the applicant herein, his family or occupants residing therein pending hearing and determination of the case," the judge ruled.
If the policy takes effect on June 29, it "shall cause grave and irreparable injury" to the oil industry.
They also claimed that the preliminary injunctions will "impose irreparable injury" to the Department of Defense "by forever denying it the ability to use these funds for the projects" before the funds expire at the end of the fiscal year in September.
The CA said in its resolution that the TRO was issued to prevent More Power from suffering 'grave and irreparable injury' pending the resolution of the petition for review.