costs invoking the aid of equity "because he fears," which, considering that the complainant apprehends an injury to their property rights or passions, from fault or neglect of another. These types of bills tend to be entertained to shield against possible or prospective accidents, and also to protect the means by which existing rights may be shielded from future or contingent violations; varying from injunctions. because the second correct previous and current or imminent and certain injuries. Bisp. Eq.