Landau v. Landau

By Jenna G. Rubin

Normally, an injunction is considered to be a serious form of relief, and courts typically will not grant them unless a high burden is met.  Here, however, the Court upheld an injunction freezing trust assets, based on the probate court’s “inherent jurisdiction” to protect the assets under its supervision.

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