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New Delhi [India], Feb 25 ( ANI ): Punjab Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu on Sunday termed the untimely demise of veteran Bollywood actor Sridevi as an irreparable loss.
The bill proposes five grounds for divorce: 1) The petitioner has been separated de facto from his or her spouse for at least five years at the time of the filing of the petition and reconciliation is highly improbable; 2) The petitioner has been legally separated from his or her spouse for at least two years at the time of the filing of the petition and reconciliation is highly improbable; 3) When any of the grounds for legal separation under paragraph (a) of this article has caused the irreparable breakdown of the marriage; 4) When one or both spouses are psychologically incapacitated to comply with the essential marital obligations; and 5) When the spouses suffer from irreconcilable differences that have caused the irreparable breakdown of the marriage.
He prayed for the rest of departed soul in eternal peace and grant of courage to bereaved family members to bear this irreparable loss.
In his condolence message, the chief minister prayed that may Allah Almighty rest the departed soul in eternal peace and grant courage and strength to the bereaved family to bear the irreparable loss with fortitude.
The LCCI office-bearers prayed to Almighty Allah to rest the departed souls in peace and let the families bear this irreparable loss with fortitude.
If there is someone who can invoke such urgent necessity to prevent such irreparable damage, it should be Mary Jane,' the Veloso family said in the petition.
Rather, whether a patentee should receive an injunction should depend on a case-by-case analysis of four traditional factors: (1) whether the plaintiff would suffer irreparable injury if the infringement continued; (2) whether the plaintiff had an adequate remedy at law; (3) the balance of the hardships imposed by granting or denying the injunction; and (4) the public interest.
The Knowledge Group has assembled an authoritative panel of thought leaders to provide the audience with an in-depth review and analysis of Lanham Act cases considering the required showing of proof of irreparable harm.
In order to secure an injunction, litigants must satisfy four different elements: that there is a likelihood of irreparable harm with no adequate remedy at law; that the balance of harm favors the movant; that there is a likelihood of success on the merits of the case; and that the public interest favors the granting of the injunction.
Although irreparable injury is an essential element to obtaining
A district court denied Bethesda's motion, and the company appealed the decision, claiming the court abused its discretion and misapplied the law when it concluded Bethesda failed to establish a likelihood of irreparable harm.