what is the difference between For Order & Final Order ?
judge gave my case For Order on 08/06/2017
what is the reason for giving For Order ?
how long will this continue ?
For order, may imply that the judge is keeping the case for delivering the order or for dictating (preparing) the order. For final order, may mean similarly, which means that he is keeping it for delivering final order, etc. If in doubt, you may ask the court staff, since sometimes, the local terminology may differ.
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