pronouncement of judgment

pronouncement of judgment
The rendition of judgment by the court. 30A Am J Rev ed Judgm § 49. The rendition of judgment and direction for the entry thereof. People v Walker, 76 Cal App 192, 200, 244 P 94, 98.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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