In Borschel v. Borschel (Div Ct, 2021) the Divisional Court described the typical nature of interlocutory orders:
 In most circumstances, an interlocutory ruling merges in the final disposition of the case. The interlocutory ruling is not binding on the trial judge. The ruling either addresses issues necessary to prepare the case for trial (such as orders for disclosure) or seeks to secure a reasonable state of affairs pending final disposition of the case (such as an interlocutory injunction or, in this case, an order for temporary support).
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