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Entry of Judgment

Definition - What does Entry of Judgment mean?

Entry of Judgment refers to the filing of judgment made by court into the appropriate court records. Usually, a court clerk is responsible for ensuring that this happens. In the entry of judgment, the date is very important as any further actions, like an appeal, is likely to be based on this date.

Justipedia explains Entry of Judgment

For example, some states require a person to wait for a certain period of time after the divorce to get married again. This is where entry of judgment becomes important. Entry of judgment is also different from rendition of judgment.

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