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An interlocutory injunction is a court order to compel or prevent a party from doing certain acts. It is an order made at an interim stage during the trial, and is usually issued to maintain the status quo until judgment can be made. In Ontario, interlocutory injunctions are regulated by Rule 40 of the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure.
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1. injunction issued during a trial to maintain the status quo or preserve the subject matter of the litigation until the trial is over
(synonym) temporary injunction
(hypernym) injunction, enjoining, enjoinment, cease and desist order
(classification) law, jurisprudence
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An injunction which lasts only until the end of the trial during which the injunction was sought. - (read more on Interlocutory injunction)
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