medida de no innovar

English translation: Mandatory Injunction

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Spanish term or phrase:Medida de no innovar
English translation:Mandatory Injunction

05:07 Feb 16, 2001
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Spanish term or phrase: medida de no innovar
término que aparece en un contrato
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Mandatory injunction
Explanation:
It is a litigation term even when it appears in a contract. Thus the context clause where the term appears is of major significance to give an appropriate construction.
A "medida de no innovar" can be assimilated to the figure of the mandatory injunction, which is "one that restrains the defendant from permitting his previous wrongful act to continue operative, thus virtually compelling him to undo it".
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naMandatory injunction
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naNot to change or innovate. Not to change the present status
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Not to change or innovate. Not to change the present status


Explanation:
Used to refer to the obligation not to change the present status or situation.

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    Law Dictionary
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Mandatory injunction


Explanation:
It is a litigation term even when it appears in a contract. Thus the context clause where the term appears is of major significance to give an appropriate construction.
A "medida de no innovar" can be assimilated to the figure of the mandatory injunction, which is "one that restrains the defendant from permitting his previous wrongful act to continue operative, thus virtually compelling him to undo it".


    Black's Law Dictionary. Sixth edition, page 784. 3rd paragraph option (3).
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