Settling the Conundrum: The Law of Anti-Suit Injunctions in India

  • Vansh Bajaj
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  • Vansh Bajaj

    Student at Mahindra University, India

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An injunction is an adequate solution in the nature of a judicial order that requires a person to do or abstain from performing particular activities. It is a restraining order that prohibits either of the sides to an equitable litigation from doing or allowing people under its authority to commit an act that is unfair to the other side. An injunction expressly prohibits a certain sort of behavior. The Anti-suit injunction is a sort of court-issued injunction. An anti-suit injunction is an order made by a court to prevent further proceedings in another court. If a party violates such an order, the domestic court may issue a contempt of court order against that party. The following paper discusses and tries to settle the conundrum around the concept of Anti-suit injunction in India.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 1068 - 1074


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