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Yes. It is necessary to comply with the disclosure obligations even if you issue an application to discharge the Order. Until the Court hears that application and discharges the injunction, you must comply with its terms or you will be in breach. The time periods for compliance with the disclosure obligations are usually very short. Practically speaking it is very difficult to prepare and issue a discharge application before these time periods expire, so it is almost always better to properly comply with the disclosure obligations and then focus on any application to discharge. This application is likely to be viewed more favourably by the Court if you are not in breach of the injunction.
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