Judgment Rendered Law and Legal Definition
Judgment rendered means a judgment by judicial action.
The following is an example of a case law referring to judgment rendered:
A judgment rendered and entered in a foreign state in accordance with the laws of such state and valid there, may be valid and enforceable in a particular state, although a judgment rendered and entered in the same manner and form and under like circumstances in that particular state, would be utterly void. [Ritter v. Hoffman, 35 Kan. 215 (Kan. 1886)].