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May I confirm on what basis you would seek an injunction against an unrelated party please?
I'm very sorry for the delay in reverting to you. For reasons unknown to me, the thread was closed meaning I was unable to respond. I'm not sure if this was at your request. I requested that is reopened. May I continue to assist in respect of the above?
I'm very sorry - I have no idea why that happened then. I'm grateful for your patience and apologise for the inconvenience caused.
May I clarify if you have already made an application for an injunction against one individual or whether you have not yet made an application for an injunction please?
The reply I attempted to post was as follows:
Thank you. It is open to you to make a claim for an injunction against more than one individual and if this is on the same facts and you are making an application for the same injunction but against more than one individual, this can be achieved by simply issuing the claim form against more than one claimant.
As you will be aware, you cannot apply for an injunction using form N16A on its own but rather, need to issue an application using form N16A together with usually form N1 or occasionally N208 where there is no dispute as regards facts.
Form N1 (or if applicable N208) allows for you to include more than one claimant and more than one defendant: