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Injunction to prevent breach of the implied undertaking

A party who learns that information subject to the implied undertaking is being used contrary to the undertaking may apply for an injunction prohibiting ongoing breach of the undertaking:
 
If the implied undertaking is breached, a party can seek relief by way of an application for injunctive relief...
(RM v. The College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia, 2011 BCSC 832 at para. 47).
 
 
 
This book was written by Michael Dew, a Vancouver lawyer who practices civil litigation, including representing claimants in motor vehicle accident claims, persons who have been denied insurance coverage by insurance companies, and persons dealing with builders lien issues.