- The condition of something reaching a state where no further changes can be made
- A legal principle stating that challenges to legal decisions can occur only in response to final orders or judgments
- John sought a stay from the court, arguing that there was no finality in the lower court's decision.
- The doctrine of finality prevents further appeal because the court's ruling is a final order.
- Due to the finality of the judge's decision, the plaintiff cannot file for an appeal.