Judgment (disambiguation)

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A judgment is a balanced weighing up of evidence to form a decision or opinion.

Judgment or judgement may also refer to:

  • A judgment (law), a formal decision made by a court following a lawsuit
  • A value judgment, a determination of something's worth or goodness, based upon a particular set of values or point of view

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  • Confession of judgment, a clause in a contract in which one party waives defenses against the other party
  • Consent judgment, a final, binding judgment in a case in which both parties agree, by stipulation, to a particular outcome
  • Declaratory judgment, a judgment of a court in a civil case which declares the rights, duties, or obligations of each party in a dispute
  • Default judgment, a binding judgment in favor of the plaintiff when the defendant has not responded to a summons
  • Summary judgment, a legal term which means that a court has made a determination without a full trial
  • Vacated judgment, the result of the judgment of an appellate court which overturns, reverses, or sets aside the judgment of a lower court

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