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    Hi, a frined of mine needs to take out an injunction against somebody who has been making threats. Any idea how to do this please? Have phoned the Court and just got an answering machine; googled it and have come to the idea this must be done through a solicitor? Can anyone confirm this please, also any special kind of solicitor?

    Any help would be much appreciated, thank you.
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    Re: taking out an injunction

    I take it you've seen this - https://www.gov.uk/injunction-domest...e/how-to-apply

    and: https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/la...ut-harassment/

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      Re: taking out an injunction

      Well your links have taken me to exactly what I need to know, many thanks.
      I had looked a the sites beforehand but not found those bits.

      thank you for your help, will pass on the info to my friend.

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        Re: taking out an injunction

        Originally posted by oddball View Post
        Well your links have taken me to exactly what I need to know, many thanks.
        glad I could help xx
        Debt is like any other trap, easy enough to get into, but hard enough to get out of.

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