Permanent Injunction

Caruso v Bumgarner, 2014 NY Slip Op 06047 [2nd Dept. 2014]

To sufficiently plead a cause of action for a permanent injunction, a plaintiff must allege that there was a "violation of a right presently occurring, or threatened and imminent," that he or she has no adequate remedy at law, that serious and irreparable harm will result absent the injunction, and that the equities are balanced in his or her favor (Elow v Svenningsen, 58 AD3d 674, 675; see also 67A NY Jur 2d Injunctions § 45)

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