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interlocutory

Law pronounced during the course of proceedings; provisional
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However, the commission's order vacating Irby's award was neither a final order nor an appealable interlocutory order.
First, there are far too many interlocutory orders that can be appealed.
at 48 ("Congress' designation of the rulemaking process as the way to define or refine when a district court ruling is 'final' and when an interlocutory order is appealable warrants the Judiciary's full respect.").
As a general rule, discovery orders are interlocutory orders that are not immediately appealable.
The court also issued an interlocutory order for the government to explain why it is not implementing the final demolition order against these buildings.
On occasion, the court will be called upon to issue an interlocutory order pending litigation of language rights.
She had come to the conclusion that the High Court did not have jurisdiction to grant an interim or interlocutory order.
Second, to highlight the distinction between constitutional and statutory discovery requirements, this article addresses the impact of Article 46 on military discovery practice, focusing on a split between the Air Force and Army Courts of Criminal Appeals, as well as a Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) interlocutory order that sheds some light on the potential resolution of this conflict.
Just as important, jurisdiction of the appellate court is never an issue, because the court has discretionary jurisdiction over any interlocutory order. No interlocutory appeal will ever be dismissed as premature, and no interlocutory order will ever be unreviewable on appeal from the final judgment because there was an earlier appeal of right.
O and O Networks appeal to the interlocutory order is currently pending, and it intends to prosecute the appeal vigorously.
In any other appeal of an interlocutory order, the circuit court retains concurrent jurisdiction over the case unless either court stays all or part of the circuit court proceedings.