A declaratory judgment is a judgment rendered by a judge without ordering any party to pay damages or make restitution. It is a declaration by the court of whether the plaintiff or defendant set forth the winning argument, but neither party is expected to act further in accordance with the judge. A petition for a declaratory judgment begins with an identification of the parties. The petition must clearly articulate the relevant facts and set forth all allegations against the defendant. Relevant documents also must be filed with the petition. Understand the definition of a declaratory judgment. A party seeking declaratory judgment will not receive a monetary award, even if it prevails at the hearing. The purpose of a declaratory judgment is to declare the rights or legal obligations of a party. The judgment is binding on the parties and reviewable in the state or federal appeals process. Many parties choose to seek declaratory judgments to avoid uncertainty and bring clarity on the likelihood of success at a subsequent trial for monetary damages. https://medium.com/@JennCo/how-to-write-a-petition-for-a-declaratory-judgment-87337a799e24 #DeclaratoryJudgment #Judgment @El Hotepsekhemwy Pero @Kaliman of Iyanola [what is is this process called again?]

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