2012 Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes
Title 42 - JUDICIARY AND JUDICIAL PROCEDURE
Chapter 83 - Particular Rights and Immunities
Section 8386 - Preliminary injunction

§ 8386.  Preliminary injunction.

Upon the filing of a motion for preliminary injunction to abate the drug-related nuisance, the plaintiff shall be entitled to a hearing on the motion for preliminary injunction within 10 business days of the filing. If it shall be made to appear, by affidavit or otherwise, that there is a substantial likelihood that the plaintiff will show at trial, by a preponderance of the evidence, that drug-related nuisance exists, the court shall enter an order preliminarily enjoining the drug-related nuisance and granting such other relief as the court may deem to be appropriate, including those remedies provided for in section 8389 (relating to judgment and remedies). Whenever possible, the court shall order the trial of the action on the merits advanced and consolidated with the hearing of the motion. This section shall not be construed to prohibit the application for or the granting of a temporary restraining order.

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