This section is more applicable to an en-route hold or a short-range clearance where ATC communication is unavailable.
Sometimes a short-range clearance is issued to a departing aircraft authorizing IFR flight to a fix short of destination while ATC assembles a complete clearance.
Fly IFR from non-towered, out-of-the-way airport, and you'll eventually get a short-range clearance like the one above.
Climbing out of a non-towered airport below radar coverage (whether on a short-range clearance or with clearance all the way to destination), it's your responsibility to arrive safely at the first IFR altitude and fix.
Under certain conditions, at some locations a short-range clearance
procedure is utilized whereby a clearance is issued to a fix within or just outside of the terminal area, and pilots are advised of the frequency on which they will receive the long-range clearance direct from the center controller.