What's an interim?
What's an interim intervention order and does the same rules apply as a final order
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
An interim Order goes into place until there is a permanent order. For example, I file for a Protective/Intervention Order against you. A Judge would order an interim (temporary) Order until there was a full Court hearing at which time the request could be denied or made permanent or changed.
- STEVEN FLv 71 month ago
Interim = temporary.
It usually refers to a short term order issued prior to a court hearing to determine if a permanent order will be issued.
- RandomCanyonLv 41 month ago
Something to fill a void (law/appointment) until a permanent law or appointment can be made. Something that is supposed to be temporary.