Let us take a look at a standard clause for adequate remedies: finally, the parties invite the Tribunal to consider that there is irreparable harm in deciding whether to grant an appropriate remedy. Instead of asking the parties to prove irreparable harm to the Tribunal. So use the verb assume to describe how the court treats the relief clause Equitable, There are two broad categories of injunctions, injunctions and permanent omission orders. Both are used to prevent a party from doing something, but the injunction is temporary, it temporarily prohibits the party from doing something until there can be a final decision in the case, while a permanent injunction is that final decision and permanently prohibits the party from doing something. The courts may grant appropriate legal protection to a party if the court finds that financial compensation would not compensate that party for the damage suffered. . . .