A consent decree can be either interlocutory or final. The former is given on some plea or issue arising in the cause which does not decide the main question; the latter settles the matter in dispute, and a final decree has the same effect as a judgment at law.
Once entered, a consent decree is binding on the consenting parties and cannot be reviewed except on a showing that the consent was obtained by fraud or that the decree was based on mutual error or a failure of consent.
Department of the Air Force Issues Notice about Announcement to Publicize the Consent Order, and Determine Level of Interest for a Ula Consent Order Industry Day
Nov 07, 2012; WASHINGTON, Nov. 7 -- Department of the Air Force has issued a notice called: U. S. Air Force Broadcast of Consent Order, and...
DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE ENTERS INTO CONSENT ORDER WITH ONE WORLD MORTGAGE CORPORATION AND ALEX J. CAMPOS.
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