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Judgement When a determinative forum makes a decision (e.g. a court or an arbitrator) and any appeals have been finalized or the time for making them has expired, then the matter is Res Judicata (a matter already judged). This serves as a complete and total bar on any claim between the same parties over the same events. A plaintiff cannot "change ...


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if they settle, could the plaintiff sue again claiming he found more damage than he was first aware of? Generally speaking, no. It would be the plaintiff's responsibility to ensure awareness of what he was settling for. For the settlement to be voidable and be entitled to resume the claims, there would have to be additional circumstances, such as: having ...


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