Final Injunction Law and Legal Definition
Final injunction refers to an injunction imposed after a hearing and remaining in force at least until the defendant has complied with its provisions. Injunction is a judicial remedy awarded to restrain a particular activity. It is a preventive measure to guard against future injuries, rather than one that affords a remedy for past injuries. Injunctive relief is not a matter of right, but its denial is within the discretion of the court. Whether or not an injunction will be granted varies with the facts of each case. Final injunction is also known as permanent injunction or perpetual injunction.