final order

Definition of "final order"
  1. A final order is a decision made by a court or a semi-judicial body that resolves all existing issues and requires no further actions, except for implementing the decision. This kind of order can be appealed against
How to use "final order" in a sentence
  1. The judge issued a final order, effectively resolving the case.
  2. Upon receiving the final order from the court, the plaintiffs started to plan their appeal.
  3. The case came to an end when the quasi-judicial tribunal issued its final order.

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