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44 Injunction

(1) On the application of the Minister, the Court may grant an injunction restraining a threatened or apprehended breach, or the continuation of a breach, of a heritage agreement.
(2) An injunction may be granted without the Minister being required to show a likelihood of damage.
(3) If in the opinion of the Court it is desirable to do so, the Court may grant an interim injunction pending determination of the application.
(4) When the Minister makes an application to the Court for the grant of an injunction under this section, the Court is not to require the Minister or any other person, as a condition of granting an interim injunction, to give any undertakings as to damages.

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