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Practical insights on interim and conservatory measures
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CitationYeşilırmak, A. ve Gültutan, D. (2021). Practical insights on interim and conservatory measures. Kluwer Arbitration.
Interim or conservatory measures are forms of remedy or relief aimed at protecting and preserving the rights of a party pending the final resolution of a dispute. That is, they are necessarily temporary in character, although depending on the circumstances they may have a decisive effect on certain issues in a case or on the claimant’s ability to prosecute its claim. In international arbitration, interim or conservatory measures are also synonymously referred to as provisional and protective measures, preliminary measures, preliminary injunctive measures, urgent measures, precautionary measures, or holding measures...