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 The companies had entered into an agreement under the terms of which each participant was, amongst other things, prevented from directly or indirectly carrying on any business which was the same as the Dubsat Business or which involves the exploitation of technology which is similar to or which achieves similar effects as the technology being developed or commercialised by the Dubsat Business, if they had not obtained the written consent of the other participants. The companies had entered into an agreement under the terms of which each participant was, amongst other things, prevented from directly or indirectly carrying on any business which was the same as the Dubsat Business or which involves the exploitation of technology which is similar to or which achieves similar effects as the technology being developed or commercialised by the Dubsat Business, if they had not obtained the written consent of the other participants.
  
-The court has to consider the burden that the granting or refusal to grant such an injunction will place on the parties involved. The court will consider issues such as: \\+The court has to consider the burden that the granting or refusal to grant such an injunction will place on the parties involved. The court will consider issues such as:
   * whether the applicant(s) will suffer irreparable harm if the injunction is not granted;   * whether the applicant(s) will suffer irreparable harm if the injunction is not granted;
   * whether damages will be an adequate remedy for the breach of the agreement;   * whether damages will be an adequate remedy for the breach of the agreement;

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