What circumstance will warrant the granting of a perpetual injunction? 

Full Question:

What circumstance will warrant the granting of a perpetual injunction? 
11/25/2016   |   Category: Courts   |   State: Michigan   |   #27147

Answer:

There are many situations in which a permanent injunction can be issued by a Court so the question is too broad to answer in any more specific way.

In general see:

Permanent injunction is a type of injunction which is granted by a court at the end of a lawsuit. A permanent injunction order requires a party to do or refrain from a particular act.

Usually, certain factors are considered by courts when granting permanent injunction, they are:

1. If the legal remedy is inadequate;

2. If property right is at issue;

3. If enforcing the decree would be feasible;

4. If the hardships balance in plaintiff's favor; and

5. If all defenses have been overcome.

See http://definitions.uslegal.com/p/permanent-injunction/