If the termination is not final,47 the court still has jurisdiction over the application, modification or evacuation of the transaction contract. If a termination decision is between the two, “there is no reserve of jurisdiction for disputes between the parties, because jurisdiction has never been lost.” 48 Even if a permanent injunction is issued after the transaction, it does not give the court an ancillary jurisdiction to render a permanent injunction that imposes any aspect of the transaction agreement that the parties have not declared. The agreement and the court order in which it is contained must meet the requirements of Rule 65 (d)35 for protection from omissions (descriptions of concrete conduct and grounds for granting an injunction).36 If the transaction contract has been included in a judgment and provides for liquidated damages in the event of an infringement, the court may impose “sanctions in the form of liquidated damages” for breach of the transaction contract and the judgment based on This one. is not reserved if the case is dismissed, without prejudice to the restitutio in integrum, if the transaction contract is “not concluded”. The mere reference to the fact of the transaction does not include the transaction agreement in the termination decision.33 A request for a judicial enforcement decision is rarely necessary to ensure compliance with a transaction agreement. If necessary, the lawyer must have taken the necessary steps to preserve the jurisdiction. Whether it is an informal agreement, a negotiated agreement or a formal solution at a conciliation conference or process, there will always be a written reminder of the agreement. The parties must sign this agreement to complete the transaction. The California Courts of Appeal clearly show that this is the ideal time to create a defined application to maintain jurisdiction until the settlement agreement is met. Most courts will not blindly lend their imprimatur to agreed approval decrees (for example. (b) the imposition of non-monetary bonds in the future), since the application may infringe the rights of third parties or be otherwise unfair. The court will know the context of an approval order and will insist on deciding whether the order is a decision that the court would approve.5 The criteria that apply to decide whether a proposed approval order should be approved and introduced apply if it is “fair, appropriate and appropriate and consistent with the public interest.” 6 The court cannot amend an approval order.

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