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interlocutory judgment


Definitions of interlocutory judgment

  • a court judgment made before the end of a trial. Interlocutory judgments are not final until the judge decides other matters in the case or until the court can decide on whether the interlocutory judgment is working. These judgments were originally used most commonly in divorce cases.

    "The court issued an interlocutory judgment."