Finlay J. in Cohen v. Jonesco,  1 K.B. 119, found that a judgment is no less final because it was entered by the consent of the parties than it would be if it resulted from a contested hearing. He said at p. 125: I cannot take the view that the matter is any the less finally determined by a judgment because that judgment is the result of an agreement.
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