When your case is decided, the judge will issue a "Judgment," which is a document that says who won the case and provides details about the outcome of the case. The form in this Toolkit titled "Final Judgment" is a proposed judgment that you can use to suggest what the judge says in his/her final ruling, if you win the case. You or the State can submit a proposed judgment to the judge at the end of the case, regardless of who wins the case. But you must provide all parties, including the State, with a copy of the judgment you are proposing if you want to do so.
The Judgment must include the names of all parties (i.e., your property and the State), as stated in the pleadings. The proposed judgment should also include a place for the judge to sign and date the judgment.