(a) Injunctions In case of present or potential infringement, an injured party is entitled to claim cessation of the infringing activity and the omission of any infringement in the future (Article 17 paragraph 1 of Law No. 1733/1987, Article 19 paragraph 6 of Law No. 1733/1987, Article 17 paragraph 1 of Presidential Decree No. 45/1991). The procedure to be followed is the one provided in Article 682 et seq. of the Code of Civil Procedure. At the time of filing of a petition, a judge may grant a temporary order, which remains in force until judgement on the injunction has been reached, if it is necessary to secure or preserve a right (Article 691 paragraph 2 of the Code of Civil Procedure). Since the injunction is only a provisional measure in order to prevent an imminent danger, an action has to be filed consequently before the competent civil court. Injunctions cannot be appealed. (b) Damages, including recovery of profits, and expenses, including attorney's fees Pursuant to Article 17 paragraph 2 of Law No. 1733/1987 the injured party may claim: -Restitution of any damages sustained. Compensation includes any loss of profits (Article 298 of the Civil Code); or -return of any profits gained from the unauthorized exploitation of the invention; or -payment of an amount equal to a licence fee. The plaintiff has to prove the amount of the licence fee which is paid in the market for the specific invention or under similar circumstances. Conditions such as the economic value of the invention, the remaining period until the lapse of the patent and the extent of the exploitation of the invention, are to be taken into account, when determining the amount of the licence fee. The above-mentioned remedies are conditional on the injuring party having acted intentionally. In case of unintentional behaviour, any benefit obtained from the infringement can be claimed as unjust enrichment according to Article 904 et seq. of the Civil Code. The same remedies are available in case of infringement of a utility model (Article 19 paragraph 6 of Law No. 1733/1987) or of a registered topography (Article 17 paragraph 2 of Presidential Decree No. 45/1991). Award of court expenses to the winning party is a standard practice of the Greek courts. Attorney's fees or expert's fees may be awarded (Article 189 of the Code of Civil Procedure). However, they are restricted to a certain schedule of costs, which does not correspond to the amounts actually incurred by the parties. (c) Destruction or other disposal of infringing goods and materials/implements for their production The court may order the destruction of any products manufactured in violation of the right. Upon petition, the court may instead order the defendant to render to the plaintiff any infringing products or parts thereof (Article 17 paragraph 5 of Law No. 1733/1987, Article 19 paragraph 6 of Law No. 1733/1987, Article 17 paragraph 3 of Presidential Decree No. 45/1991). The seizure of any infringing products may be ordered as an injunction, according to the procedure laid down in Article 707 et seq. of the Code of Civil Procedure, so as to secure any products to be destroyed.