This book deals, in a predominantly local context, with the principles by which the increasing host of applications for injunctive relief are resolved. The first of its kind in this
part of the world, the work brings together a wealth of detail and innumerable African and others cases.
Comprehensive yet concise informative yet critical in perspective, it forges a link between the world of legal practice and academic research. Covering every topic of importance, it emphasizes a systematic and extended analysis of the various types of injunction, highlighting the ethical quality of the remedy, and bringing to the fore the essential qualities of equity.