Scott v Estate of Richard Norman Scott

Injunction – Interim. The claimant's application for an injunction against the defendants succeeded in part, in a dispute concerning the ownership of the deceased's farm and business after his death. The Chancery Division held that it was appropriate to make an injunction preventing the defendants from trespassing on the claimant's land, and restraining the defendants or anyone authorised by them from disposing of any items or equipment on the claimant's farm or his land without the consent of the claimant or the court. However, an interim injunction would not be granted with regard to alleged harassment.

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