- Civil Procedure|Civil Remedies|Injunction
- Case summary
- As regards ground one, it was stated that the house from which the applicant was being evicted from was subject to the main suit. Further in ground two, the court rejected this ground, it was held that the loss that was likely to be suffered was capable of being ascertained and could be sufficiently compensated for by ordinary damages. The court, therefore found that the applicant had not satisfactorily proved that it was necessary to grant him the order sought for. The application was accordingly dismissed with costs to the defendant.
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