Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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Final order vs interlocutory vs interim

what is the difference between the above three order according to CRPC


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KUNAL   11 July 2022

A final order is an order passed by the court disposing of case. Interlocutory order is an order passed before final judgement is passed. And an interim order is a temporary order passed to restrain a party from committing any act which could harm the other litigant.

Example of final order: in a divorce case, the court rules that husband is guilty of adultery & passes decree of divorce in favor of wife.

Example of interim order: In a divorce case the court rules that a wife must have custody of her five year old child.

Example of interlocutory order: In a divorce case the court passes a temporary injunction order directing that the husband does not contact his wife or child during pendency of the case.

Hope this helps!

Kalpesh Suryawanshi- Mr Sensex   11 July 2022

Wow, really loved your explanation.
Can you please give similar examples in relation to criminal cases?

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