Special injunction

SPECIAL INJUNCTION. One obtained only on motion and petition, with notice to the other party, and is applied for, sometimes on affidavit before answer, but more frequently upon merits disclosed in the defendant's answer. 4 Bouv. lust. n. 3756. See Injunction.

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Anticipating something of the sort, Galileo brought with him a letter from Cardinal Bellarmine expressly denying that he had been given any special injunction beyond the general decree of 1616 forbidding only the defending or holding of Copernicanism.

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