N.J.S.A 2A:35A-9. Security as condition for grant of injunction

2A:35A-9. Security as condition for grant of injunction

In any action in which a temporary restraining order or an interlocutory injunction is sought the court may, as a condition of granting such relief, require reasonable security, not exceeding $10,000.00 or cash not exceeding $500.00.

L.1974, C.169, s.9, eff. DeC.9, 1974.

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