Interim-relief meaning

Preliminary relief, such as an injunction, granted by the court to preserve the status quo pending trial.
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Interim relief is defined as a grant of something to give short-term help, or an order by the court before a full trial to preserve the current situation until the trial.

An example of interim relief is when a person receives $500 to buy food and pay the utilities until the monthly relief check is received.

An example of interim relief is when a court orders a person to hold off on publishing a book until after a trial to determine if he is legally allowed to share the information in the book.

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