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  • Final judgment

    The final judgment refers to the last legally binding decision pronounced conclusively by a particular court in a particular matter. It leaves nothing to be determined except for enforcement, costs orders, and whether to file an appeal. A final judgment can be contrasted to an interlocutory judgment, which is not final until the judge decides other matters in the case, or until the court can make a decision as to whether the interlocutory judgment is working.

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