An Interim Agreement Meaning
The term “act” is often used to refer to a temporary resident of an office or position. The main task of acting officials (and active officials) is to ensure both the stability and continuity of the institution, despite the absence of a formal leader. A specific use of this term is the interim leader of Canadian politics. A ceasefire is sometimes referred to as an interim because it interrupts the advance of a war. This use is used especially in the agreements concluded during the wars of religion in sixteenth-century Germany, where three interim were convened to convene synods: an interim constitution was not fully ratified, but serves as a temporary law until a permanent law is made. A transitional constitution is one that has not been fully ratified, but serves as law until a final constitution can be drafted. These can also be described as provisional constitutions. . . .