What Is a Consent Judgement?

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A consent judgment takes place when all parties involved in a court suit agree to a set of terms. After the court's decision is final, neither party can contest or relitigate the suit in the future.
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consent judgment
NOUN [LAW.]
1.
a judgment settled and agreed to by the parties to the action.
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A consent judgement is a decision that is made by a court when the parties involved in a suit reach an agreement. If the parties involved are able to work out an agreement, the court then finalises is with a consent judgement so that the case is ended. Such judgements are binding and they cannot be broken.
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