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What is a final judgment?
What is an Interlocutory order?
How should a decision be written?
What are the requisites for a valid judgment?
1. J - Court must have jurisdiction over the parties and the subject matter; 2. A - Court or tribunal must be cloth with authority to hear and determine the matter before it; 3. C - Evidence must be considered by tribunal in deciding the case; and 4. O - Parties must have been given an opportunity to be heard Formal requisites of a valid judgment. The formal requisites of a valid judgment or decision: 1. Should be in writing; 2. Personally and directly prepared by the judge 3. Stating clearly and distinctly the facts and the law on which it is based; 4. Should contain a dispositive part; and 5. Should be signed by the judge and filed with the clerk of court A decision that does not conform to form and substance required by consti and law is void.

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