2014 Tennessee Code
Title 29 - Remedies and Special Proceedings
Chapter 3 - Abatement of Nuisances
§ 29-3-106 - Notice of hearing -- Effect of injunction -- Ex parte writ.

TN Code § 29-3-106 (2014) What's This?

(a) Five (5) days' notice in writing shall be given the defendant of the hearing of the application; and if then continued at defendant's instance, the writ as prayed for shall be granted as a matter of course.

(b) When the injunction shall have been granted, it shall be binding upon the defendant throughout the county until modified or set aside by the court, judge, or chancellor having cognizance of the case; and any violation of the injunction by the defendant, or upon defendant's procurement, shall be a contempt of court and punished as hereinafter provided.

(c) When a bill or petition is made by any of the respective officers named in ยง 29-3-102 and supported by affidavit that there is probable cause to believe that a public nuisance exists, neither notice of the application nor of the hearing shall be required before the court may grant the writ, ex parte. A hearing shall be conducted within five (5) days following the execution of the writ closing and padlocking the premises, or the writ shall expire. Notice of the hearing shall be given to the defendant. If the defendant seeks to continue the hearing on the temporary injunction beyond the five-day period, the temporary injunction shall remain in effect.

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