If the trial court grants permission to appeal under Rule 9(a) of the Tennessee Rules of Appellate Procedure as to one or more but fewer than all the claims and all of the parties in an action involving multiple claims or multiple parties, the trial court may enter a judgment and stay enforcement of that judgment until the entering of a subsequent judgment and may prescribe such terms as to bond or otherwise as it deems proper to secure the party in whose favor the judgment is entered. The bond may be given at or after the time permission to appeal is granted. The stay is effective when the bond is approved by the court. [Added July 1, 1979.]
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