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posted 9/30/2015  |   Florida Lemon Law 

Judgment is a decision by a court regarding the rights and responsibilities of the parties in a legal matters. Judgments also typically give instructions or a courts explanation of why it has made a particular decision.

The Following are types of judgments:

Consent Judgment is an agreement between the parties in the legal case and is affirmed by the judge or presiding party.

Declaratory Judgment is a judgment that determines what the rights and responsibilities of the parties are without enforcing the parties to do a specific task.

Default Judgment is given in favor of one party over another.

Interlocutory Judgment is a judgment providing an interim decision on a legal case that needs a quick temporary solution.

Reserved Judgment is a judgment not given when the case ends and may happen at any time days, weeks or months later.

Summary Judgment is a judgment that is given without a trial based on the court's interpretation of the evidence.

Vacated Judgment is a judgment made by the appellate court or "appeals court" when they feel the judge that issued the original judgment did not issue it in the full accordance of the law.

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