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Unformatted text preview: for the same approved the Compromise Agreement in toto and enjoined the parties "to abide and comply faithfully with the terms and conditions" thereof. Thus, the agreement became, for all intents and purposes, incorporated in the decision, and acquired the same force and effect as the latter. And this is why appellants contend that the order of February 28, 1957 constitutes an amendment of the decision of April...
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