When a judgment or decree has once been rendered, the court loses jurisdiction over the subject-matter of the suit, other than to see that proper entry of judgment
or decree is made and that the rights determined and fixed by it are properly enforced.
129) He suggested that he qualified for a Simmons instruction even though judgment had not been entered in the Domino's case because "the entry of judgment
was nondiscretionary, purely ministerial, and legally insignificant.
The entry of judgment
was issued on June 15, which was made public only on Aug.
Section 1610(c) requires 'the court' to determine 'that a reasonable period of time has elapsed following the entry of judgment
and the giving of any notice required under section 1608(e) of this chapter.
The Supreme Court of Virginia granted the Addisons' petition for leave to appeal the entry of judgment
dismissing their complaint with prejudice, which had the effect of denying them the right to file an amended complaint.
However, judgments may only be enforced for seven years from the date of the entry of judgment
or the date of the judgment's last revival.
11) The new rules of procedure, however, were silent on the topic of reconsideration of nonfinal orders prior to entry of judgment
The Tax Court decision was reversed and the case sent back for the entry of judgment
, assessing the property at the amount just prior to Centorino's purchase.
The teen pleaded guilty Thursday to vehicular manslaughter in Sylmar Juvenile Court, and Judge Morton Rochman made what is called a ``deferred entry of judgment
Is a Stipulation for Entry of Judgment
Clair's petition for rehearing, returning the case to the District Court for entry of judgment
in favor of Fujifilm.
The Supreme Court finally rendered an entry of judgment
on their final decision.