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consent judgement

Definition of consent judgement

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A consent judgment is a final, binding judgment in a case in which both parties agree, by stipulation, to a particular outcome. A consent judgment is used in order to settle an issue before a court and to end litigation. A consent judgment is often rendered by a judge in the form of a consent decree.

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