The Tautua Samoa political party is back in court this week.
Last week, the Supreme Court dismissed the Party's motion to stop the Electoral Commission's preparations for by-elections in nine electoral seats in Samoa.
The seats had belonged to the members of the Tautua party.
This week the court will hear a motion for an injunction against the Speaker who had ruled the MPs forfeited their seats by starting a new political party during the parliamentary term.
Our correspondent in Samoa, Autagavaia Tipi Autagavaia, reports.
"It's going to be a very interesting legal argument at the hearing this week and I believe because of the urgency of this injunction, I believe the court will deliver a ruling right after the hearing."
Autagavaia Tipi Autagavaia says the urgency surrounds setting date for the by-election.
He also says all of the members of the Tautua Party will be contesting their seats again.