mavisol (mavisol) wrote in linguaphiles,
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What is the difference between interim measures of protection and pre-award relief? (Arbitration)

What is the difference between interim measures of protection and pre-award relief? I am reading an agreement on arbitration of commercial disputes in the UK and cannot make sense of one phrase: "X shall not seek any interim measures of protection or pre-award relief against Y". I think that both phrases - "interim measures of protection" and "pre-award relief" -- mean more or less the same thing, so why both are used? Am I wrong? (Believe me, I googled it!)
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