2021 Georgia Code
Title 9 - Civil Practice
Chapter 5 - Injunctions
§ 9-5-7. When Breach of Contract for Personal Services Enjoined
Generally an injunction will not issue to restrain the breach of a contract for personal services unless the services are of a peculiar merit or character and cannot be performed by others.
(Civil Code 1895, § 4919; Civil Code 1910, § 5496; Code 1933, § 55-107.)
Am. Jur. 2d.
- 42 Am. Jur. 2d, Injunctions, § 127 et seq.C.J.S.
- 43A C.J.S., Injunctions, § 158 et seq.ALR.
- Validity and enforceability of restrictive covenants in contracts of employment, 52 A.L.R. 1362; 67 A.L.R. 1002; 98 A.L.R. 963.
Injunction to prevent employment of, or contract with, another, as available remedy for defendant's breach of contract to employ plaintiff or give him an exclusive right to promote or sell defendant's product or invention, 125 A.L.R. 1446; 173 A.L.R. 1198.
Validity and effect of statute restricting remedy by injunction in industrial disputes, 127 A.L.R. 868.
Necessity and sufficiency of effort to settle dispute as condition of right to injunction in labor dispute under statutes restricting remedy by injunction in labor disputes, 150 A.L.R. 819.
Governmental body's right to enjoin breach of contract for unique or extraordinary services, 161 A.L.R. 881.
Injunction as remedy for breach of contract to employ plaintiff or give exclusive right to promote or sell defendant's product or invention, 173 A.L.R. 1198.
Remedies during promisor's lifetime on contract to convey or will property at death in consideration of support or services, 7 A.L.R.2d 1166.