What is Permanent Injunction?

Legal Definition
A court order that a person or entity take certain actions or refrain from certain activities. A permanent injunction is typically issued once a lawsuit over the underlying activity is resolved, as distinguished from a preliminary injunction, which is issued while the lawsuit is pending.
Legal Definition
One intended to remain in force until the final termination of the particular suit. Riggins v. Thompson, 96 Tex. 154, 71 S. W. 14.
-- Black's Law Dictionary
Legal Definition
An injunction which is to be effective until the end of the suit. See 96 Tex. 154, 71 S. W. 14.
-- Ballentine's Law Dictionary