Interim relief is when the court grants some short-term help until a decision is made. This relief is given because quite some time can pass between when a law suit is filed and when the case is actually heard and decided. The help can be in the form of an asset like money to pay a bill or it can be an order that someone cannot proceed with something until the case is heard.
Interim relief is help or a short-term delay in some action which is granted by the court to help one of the participants in a law suit. These examples were included to help you understand more about how interim relief works and when the court might grant the relief.