It covered five people named in the order as Christopher Anderson, Cyrus Lesser, Sfinktah, Koroush Anderson and Koroush Jeddian, who have now been prevented from creating or using game cheats.
The cheat in question, known as Infamous, was taken offline some six months ago. It cost about US$40 and allowed players to utilise a "god mode" that made them invincible and also generate virtual currency.
“You must not remove from Australia or in any way dispose of, deal with or diminish the value of any of your assets in Australia (Australian assets) up to the unencumbered value of AU$286,609.80 (the Relevant Amount),” the order said.
GTA is published by Rockstar Games; the parent company of Rockstar is Take-Two Interactive.
TorrentFreak said the lawsuit was noteworthy, because of the broad enforcement actions that the court had permitted.
The defendants are yet to file their defence.