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Can appellate courts interfere with interlocutory orders passed by lower courts?


Except in cases where it can be demonstrated that the first instance court's discretion was used arbitrarily, capriciously, or perversely, or in cases where the court disregarded well-established legal rules governing the granting or refusing of interlocutory injunctions, the appellate court will not substitute its own discretion for the first instance court's discretion.

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