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Group No. 4
Proposed Final Draft No. 7
Questions Suggested for Discussion at Seventeenth Annual
Meeting, May 11-13, 1939.
Discussion is not confined to the questions pre.
sented here. You are earnestly requested to raise any
further points which occur to you.
1. The relation between the appropriateness of
injunction and the relative adequacy of injunction
and other remedies. On appropriateness, see Sections
101 and 104. On adequacy, see Sections 104 (1 b), 106,
and the Introductory Note to Topic 2.
2. The appropriateness of interlocutory injunc-
tion. Section 104 (2), Comments d, e, and f; Section
109, Comment f; and Section 111, Comment h.
3. The relation between trial by jury and the ap-
propriateness of injunction. Section 101 (2), Com-
ment c.
4. Injunctive protection to interests of person-
ality. Section 105, Comment a.
5. Freedom of speech as a factor in Ihe grant or
refusal of injunction against tortious utterances. See-
tion 110, Comment d.
6. The effects of the fusion of law and equity.
Introductory Note to Topic 2 and Section 119.

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