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Hudson, Winston v Fagan, Michael and Yvonne Fagan

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[2022] JMSC Civ 163
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Injunction – Threshold test – Whether serious issue to be tried – Whether the balance of convenience lies in favour of the grant of injunctive relief – Whether damages are an adequate remedy
Restrictive covenant – Breach of restrictive covenant – Whether the restrictive covenant creates an inviolable right – Whether the restrictive covenant creates an absolute right for all time – Defence – Whether delay or acquiescence
Remedies – Whether grant of injunctive relief – Whether award of damages – The Judicature (Supreme Court) Act, section 49(h), The Restrictive Covenants (Discharge and Modification) Act, sections 3 and 4, The Town and Country Planning Act, section 22(3), Civil Procedure Rules, 2002, rules 17.1(1)(a) and 17.4


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