interlocutory injunction

Definition of "interlocutory injunction"
  1. A temporary order that ensures conditions remain unchanged between participating parties until the case is finally decided
How to use "interlocutory injunction" in a sentence
  1. The judge issued an interlocutory injunction to prevent the company from demolishing the building until the case was settled.
  2. The tenant sought an interlocutory injunction to bar the landlord from evicting him before the dispute resolution.
  3. The court granted an interlocutory injunction which forbade any construction activities on the property until a final decision was reached on the matter.

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