Intermediate; not final or definitive; made or done during the progress of an action; as, an interlocutory judgement.
Preliminary. An interlocutory appeal involves an appeal of a matter within a case before the case is concluded or final.
Provisional; interim; temporary.
Temporary; provisional; interim; not final.
Provisional; temporary; not final. Refers to court orders pending final judgment in a case.
Provisional; temporary; not final. Refers to orders and decrees of a court.
Provisional; not final. An interlocutory order or an interlocutory appeal concerns only a part of the issues raised in a lawsuit.
Interim; temporary or provisional, pending determination or final judgment.
A decision by a court or an application by a party that does not decide the entire case. For example, if a trial court denies a defendant's motion to suppress evidence in a criminal matter, the defendant may seek leave to appeal that decision before going to trial. Such an application would be interlocutory.
A temporary judgment or decree which decides some point but is not final in nature.
A court order that is not final, and usually cannot be appealed.
Proceedings taken during the course of, and incidental to, a trial. These decisions intervene after the start of a suit and decide some issue other than the final decision itself. Examples can include procedures or applications made which are to assist a case in preparing its case or of executing judgment once obtained (e.g. garnishment or judicial sale).
Incidental, partial or interim in the course of legal proceedings.
Interim, pending a full order/decision, eg interlocutory judgment for damages pending further hearing to assess amount to be awarded and entered as final judgment
Temporary, provisional, or not final
Not final eg: an procedural step taken during court proceedings before the final hearing such as Discovery Related links: Civil Courts
Preliminary, not constituting a final resolution of the whole controversy. An interlocutory appeal involves an appeal of a matter before a final decision is rendered by the lower court. An appeal of an interlocutory ruling is discretionary and may only be granted if the appellate court finds the ruling involves substantial rights and will materially affect the final decision and that a determination of its correctness before trial on the merits will better serve the interests of justice.
Interlocutory is a law term which can refer to an order, sentence, decree, or judgment, given in an intermediate stage between the commencement and termination of a cause, used to provide a temporary or provisional decision on an issue. Thus, an interlocutory order is not final and is usually not subject to appeal.