(a) A temporary restraining order or temporary injunction under this subchapter:
(1) may be granted without an affidavit or a verified pleading stating specific facts showing that immediate and irreparable injury, loss, or damage will result before notice can be served and a hearing can be held; and
(2) need not:
(A) define the injury or state why it is irreparable;
(B) state why the order was granted without notice; or
(C) include an order setting the suit for trial on the merits with respect to the ultimate relief sought.
(b) In a suit for dissolution of a marriage, the court may dispense with the issuance of a bond between the spouses in connection with temporary orders for the protection of the parties and their property.
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