Settlement: Consent/Tomlin order (with drafting notes)

An example precedent Tomlin order (with integrated drafting notes), which is a type of consent order. It recites that the parties have agreed terms of settlement, and orders that all further proceedings are stayed, but the parties are entitled to apply to court to enforce the agreed terms, should that become necessary, without having to commence new proceedings.

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