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Entry of Judgment: Recording the judgment; putting into the docket book a statement of the final judgment and entering copies thereof in the record of the case and the judgment book.


entry of judgment
n. the placement of a judgment on the official roll of judgments.

Entry of Judgment or Order - The filing of a written, dated and signed judgment or order.

Notice of Entry of Judgment: A court form telling the parties about the judge's decision in a lawsuit.

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For example, if one party wants to appeal, he usually has ten to 30 days from the date of entry of judgment to file a paper indicating his intent to appeal.

Definition -
: a note in which the maker acknowledges the debt and authorizes the entry of judgment against him or her without notice or a hearing
: a note containing a confession of judgment
Pronunciationkäg-'nO-vit-, kOg- ...

Non-judicial days. Days during which courts do not transact any business, as Sunday. The entry of judgment upon such a day is void.
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Language : Latin ...

supplementary proceedings: further inquiry, under court jurisdiction, after entry of judgment, to determine means for enforcing the judgment against judgment debtor ...

entry is normally performed by the court clerk once the exact wording of the judgment has been prepared or approved and signed by the trial judge. All times for appeal and other post-judgment actions are based on the date of the entry of judgment and ...

DIES NON or DIES NON JURIDICI. Non-judicial days. Days during which courts do not transact any business, as Sunday. The entry of judgment upon such a day is void. W . Jones, 156.

See also: See also: Entry, Law, State, Court, Judgment

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