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One of the most often overlooked aspects of preliminary injunctions and temporary restraining orders (TROs) is the matter of a bond. The traditional requirement, since codified in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, is that should a preliminary injunction be granted, the movant be required to post a bond that will reimburse the respondent for any harm done should it turn out that, after discovery or trial, when the facts of the case have been more fully uncovered, the injunction should not have been granted. 

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