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Yes. You will be in breach of the injunction if you do not. You are permitted to take legal advice before complying, and often an extension of time will be sought by your lawyers, particularly if the task is one which will take some time. Without an extension of time being agreed or ordered by the Court if you fail to comply, you risk being in breach of the injunction. Any application or request for an extension of time should be supported by evidence to demonstrate why it will take longer than allowed for in the order.
If you comply late without having obtained an extension of time it is prudent to seek one retrospectively either from the other side by consent or from the Court. This is likely to be granted if it appears that you have fully complied and if you have a good reason for any delay.
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