(1) Where a person has engaged, is engaging or is proposing to engage in conduct that constituted, constitutes or would constitute:(a) a contravention of this Act, or(b) attempting to contravene this Act, or(c) aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring a person to contravene this Act, or(d) inducing or attempting to induce, whether by threats, promises or otherwise, a person to contravene this Act, or(e) being in any way, directly or indirectly, knowingly concerned in, or party to, the contravention by a person of this Act, or(f) conspiring with others to contravene this Act,the Supreme Court may, on the application of the Commissioner or a Council, grant an injunction, on such terms as the Court thinks appropriate, restraining the first-mentioned person from engaging in the conduct and, if in the opinion of the Court it is desirable to do so, requiring that person to do any act or thing.(2) Where an application for an injunction under subsection (1) has been made, the Supreme Court may, if the Court determines it to be appropriate, grant an injunction by consent of all the parties to the proceedings, whether or not the Court is satisfied that that subsection applies.(3) Where in the opinion of the Supreme Court it is desirable to do so, the Court may grant an interim injunction pending determination of an application under subsection (1).(4) The Supreme Court may discharge or vary an injunction granted under subsection (1) or (3).(5) The power of the Supreme Court to grant an injunction restraining a person from engaging in conduct may be exercised:(a) whether or not it appears to the Court that the person intends to engage again, or to continue to engage, in conduct of that kind, and(b) whether or not the person has previously refused or failed to do that act or thing, and(c) whether or not there is an imminent danger of substantial damage to any person if the first-mentioned person refuses or fails to do that act or thing.(6) The Supreme Court must not require the Commissioner or Council or any other person, as a condition of granting an interim injunction, to give an undertaking as to damages.(7) In this section:
this Act includes the regulations and the legal profession rules.