The Iowa Code contains a unique and interesting provision which was copied from the English Common Law Procedure Act of 1854. It provides that :--"In all cases of breach of contract or other injury, where the party injured is entitled to maintain and has brought an action by ordinary proceedings, he may, in the same cause, pray and have a writ of injunction against the repetition or continuance of such breach of contract or other injury, or the commission of any breach of contract or injury of a like kind arising out of the same contract or relating to the same property or right, and he may also, in the same action, include a claim for damages or other redress." It also provides that such an injunction may be given as final relief or pendente lite.