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Does "main case for stay" mean "main reason for stay"

Does "main case for stay" mean the same thing as "main reason to stay"?

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bulilia updated 23 December
In my opinion 'case' is used in a sense of 'matter brought before a court' which is a synonym to 'an argument' or 'a cause' in this context. In other words, the court issued an order not to close schools until the main (complete) case is heard in court. Following the context, 'case' can be defined as 'a specific occurrence or matter requiring discussion, decision, or investigation, as by officials or law-enforcement authorities' which seems appropriate.
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