Injunctions The court can secure an action upon request of a party, if the execution of the judgement would otherwise be obstructed or made impossible. The court shall review the application of securing an action no later than on the working day following the day of application. For the purpose of securing an action the court may, inter alia, order a party to desist from performing certain transactions or proceedings, seize the movable property of the defendant, etc. The court order (injunction) shall be enforced immediately. In case such an order is infringed, the court may impose a fine upon the infringer. In cases of industrial property rights (patents, utility models) where a claim is brought against a continuing violation of an exclusive right, the court may, upon request of the claimant, order the removal of the infringing objects from the channels of commerce for the duration of the proceedings. In addition, the court may secure evidence upon request of a party if there is a ground to assert that the production of relevant evidence would later be obstructed or made impossible. Damages, including recovery of profits, and expenses, including attorney's fees The court is competent to order the infringer to pay the right holder damages adequate to compensate for the injury the right holder has suffered because of an infringement of that person’s intellectual property right by an infringer who culpably engaged in an activity that caused the injury (damage). The damages include lost profits. Upon request of the party in whose favour a judgement was rendered, the court shall order the other party to disburse to the aforesaid party the necessary and justifiable litigation expenses, the attorney’s fees understood thereunder. Destruction or other disposal of infringing goods and materials/implements for their production The Estonian Code of Civil Procedure does not regulate the disposal of, or destruction of, goods and materials/implements for their production. The relevant measures are available within the Code on Administrative Procedure and Code on Criminal Procedure. Any other remedies In cases of infringement of copyright and related rights, the court may order the infringer to pay to the right holder material compensation for moral injuries. Further, it can adjudicate to the right holder the effects acquired by the defendant by way of infringement of the intellectual property rights. The court can also terminate the contract between the parties or prohibit the infringing activities. If a work (creation) has been disclosed, recorded, reproduced, distributed, imported, modified etc in breach of the laws of intellectual property, the right holder may claim the restoration of the work in its original form, the modification of the copied work or the destruction of the pirated copy.