Statute 60-903: Restraining order.
(a) No notice or bond required.
A restraining order may issue
without notice or bond, except as provided in subsection (b) of K.S.A. 60-904
and amendments thereto, but if it
appears to the judge that a restraining order may result in damage to the
party restrained, a bond to secure payment of any damages sustained may be
required. An application for a restraining order shall also be considered
as an application for a temporary injunction and either party may give
notice of hearing thereon. The order shall remain in force until the
hearing on the application for a temporary injunction.
(b) Service. Where a restraining order is issued without notice it
shall be served upon each party restrained in the manner prescribed for
personal service of a summons.
History: L. 1963, ch. 303, 60-903;
L. 1990, ch. 202, § 30; Jan. 1, 1991.