consent judgment


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consent judgment

n. a judgment issued by a judge based on an agreement between the parties to a lawsuit to settle the matter, aimed at ending the litigation with a judgment that is enforceable. (See: consent decree)

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Okonkwo in the said appeal filed by his team of lawyers, led by Sabastine Hon (SAN) wants the appellate court to restore the consent judgment of the Federal High Court delivered on December 13, 2017, which ordered IN to issue him a certificate of return as Senator representing the Senatorial District of Anambra state.
As part of the settlement, the parties will file a Consent Judgment with the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey that enjoins Actavis from marketing generic paclitaxel protein-bound particles for injectable suspension before expiration of the patents-in-suit, except as provided for in the settlement.
The landowner entered into a consent judgment with the town in 2011 that permanently enjoined him from using the land for weddings or other commercial events until such time as and to the extent that the terms of this permanent injunction are superseded by statute.
The agreement was entered in a consent judgment by the U.
A final consent judgment was filed in the United States District Court in New Jersey on June 23,2017.
9 million consent judgment in Tulsa's federal court and connected with a 2013 mortgage secured by the house and a string of Quinn's business interests.
The insured and the claimant may then enter into an agreement whereby the claimant obtains a negotiated consent judgment against the insured; the insured assigns its rights under the policy to the claimant; and the claimant releases the insured from any liability (through a covenant not to execute on the consent judgment or otherwise attempt to collect from the insured) regardless of whether the claimant successfully recovers anything from the insurer.
Each consent judgment that is part of the Settlement has a defined term that ends with a "hard stop.
San Miguel Homes for the Elderly of Union City agreed to pay $425,000 in back wages and damages to 26 caregivers working at its Union City facilities, and admitted to not paying minimum wage and overtime, in a consent judgment entered May 17, 2016 by Magistrate Judge Donna Ryu.
The terms of this consent judgment should serve as a wake-up call to other restaurants attempting to short workers in this manner," she added.
In March of 2012, the Louisiana state court entered a consent judgment exceeding $300,000 in the Dawsons' favor and against Forever Green.
A federal district court entered a consent judgment against Adelphia Discount Services Inc.