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.
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 CA, in its assailed resolution, explained that grave and irreparable injury can be committed if the TRO is not issued in favor of the petitioner-commissioners.
But] what about the grave and irreparable injury to Meralco's 19 million customers who will suffer?
According to the CA, grave and irreparable injury could be committed if the TRO was not issued in favor of the petitioners-Commissioners.
The judges observed that a writ of mandamus "may issue only if the petitioner shows (1) a clear and indisputable abuse of discretion or [] error of law, (2) a lack of an alternative avenue or adequate relief, and (3) a likelihood of irreparable injury.
The decision underscored that a TRO is only issued "in the existence of an urgent necessity, and prevent serious damage, and only if the matter is of such serious urgency that grave injustice and irreparable injury would arise unless it is issued immediately.
The plaintiff has not shown irreparable injury that would necessitate the intervention of this court with injunctive relief in the arbitration process that was bargained for between the parties and is contained in their collective bargaining agreement," Akemann wrote.
Yebra likewise argued that there is no urgency and irreparable injury that will justify issuance of the TRO as the target roll-out and full implementation of the PUV Modernization Program (PUVMP) is still in 2018, and that LTFRB has not yet issued the necessary Memorandum Circulars as basis of specific implementation schedules.
Without preliminary relief, Plaintiffs will continue to suffer irreparable injury to their First Amendment rights during the pendency of this litigation.