Stay

A stay imposes a halt on court proceedings, apart from taking any steps allowed by the court rules or by the terms of the stay. Proceedings can be continued if a stay is lifted.

For further information, see Practice note, Case management: an overview: Court's power to stay proceedings ( www.practicallaw.com/7-500-4589) .

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