provisional remedy

Definition of "provisional remedy"
  1. A temporary court order designed to prevent undue harm to a party during the pendency of a lawsuit or petition
How to use "provisional remedy" in a sentence
  1. The judge granted a provisional remedy to halt the demolition of the historic building during the ongoing dispute.
  2. Without the provisional remedy, she would have lost her home before the case was even heard.
  3. To protect the business assets during the litigation, the company sought a provisional remedy.

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