Final Judgment definition

Final Judgment means a judgment, decision, determination, or order (a) which is issued by a court of law, an investigatory government agency authorized by law to enforce an applicable Law, an arbiter, or arbitration panel and (b) for which all appeals have been exhausted or the time period to appeal has expired. For pay equity Laws, relevant investigatory government agencies include the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, and the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing. Violation of a pay equity Law shall mean unlawful discrimination in compensation on the basis of an individual’s sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race, color, ethnicity, or national origin under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, the Equal Pay Act of 1963, California Fair Employment and Housing Act, or California Labor Code section 1197.5, as applicable. For wage and hour Laws, relevant investigatory government agencies include the federal Department of Labor, the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, and the City of San Jose’s Office of Equality Assurance.

Examples of Final Judgment in a sentence

  • The parties may pursue collection efforts, if they chose, in state court.122 A Final Judgment shall be entered denying the Debtors’ discharges and abstaining from taking any further action in the related accounting and turnover adversary proceeding.

  • An executed Request and Declaration for Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage in the form prescribed in those matters where an Interlocutory Judgment has been entered and no Final Judgment has been filed.B. Dissolution Subsequent to Judgment of Legal SeparationAfter entry of Judgment of Legal Separation, should either party request a dissolution of the marriage, or the parties stipulate to dissolve the marriage, a new Family Law case must be initiated.(Adopted as Rule 712 effective July 1, 1984; revised eff.

  • I/51) In support of the Motion for Summary Final Judgment, the Appellee relied solely upon the promissory note, the mortgage instrument and the assignment of mortgage to support its' claim that:the file stamp on the document indicates it was filed at 8:27 a.m. on October 9, 2009.

  • I/111-112, 117, 118-119, 121-124)On October 9, 2009, a hearing on the Appellee's Motion for Summary Final Judgment was held.

  • COE Category 2 (Tandem Switch- ing Equipment) that is deemed to be exchange equipment for purposes of the Modification of Final Judgment in United States v.


More Definitions of Final Judgment

Final Judgment means a judg- ment, decree, or order which is not ap- pealable or as to which the period for appeal has expired with no appeal taken.
Final Judgment means a judgment, including any supporting opinion, that determines the rights of the parties and concerning which appellate remedies have been exhausted or the time for appeal has expired.
Final Judgment means any money that is owed to the department under this chapter, including fees and penalties, or any money that is owed to the department as a result of an individual's or contractor's unsuccessful appeal of a citation.
Final Judgment means the Court’s final judgment as described in Section VIII of this Agreement, which is to be substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit 6.
Final Judgment as used herein shall be defined to mean the decision of a court of competent jurisdiction, and in the event of an appeal, then the decision of the appellate court, after petition for rehearing has been denied, or the time for filing the same (or the filing of further appeal) has expired.