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interim order

Legal Definition of interim order

Noun

  1. A temporary court order; intended to be of limited duration, usually just until the court has had an opportunity of hearing the full case and make a final order.

Definition of interim order

Noun

interim order (plural interim orders)

  1. (law) a court order entered at the beginning of a lawsuit to preserve a semblance of organisational order or to maintain the status quo pending the final disposition of the case

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