Rhode Island General Laws Title 9. Courts and Civil Procedure--Procedure Generally § 9-24-7. Appeals from interlocutory orders and judgments
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Whenever, upon a hearing in the superior court, an injunction shall be granted or continued, or a receiver appointed, or a sale of real or personal property ordered, by an interlocutory order or judgment, or a new trial is ordered or denied after a trial by jury, an appeal may be taken from such order or judgment to the supreme court in like manner as from a final judgment, and the appeal shall take precedence in the supreme court.
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