The admission of the judgment is a legal denomination that refers to a type of contract (or a clause with such a provision) in which one party agrees to let the other party render a judgment against it. These contracts are highly controversial and can be declared null and void as a violation of ordinary procedure by the courts, since the debtor essentially deducts his right to a legitimate defence.  A judgment clause provides that one party agrees to allow the other party to enter into a judgment against it. The clause allows a creditor or his lawyer to apply to the court for a judgment against a late debtor, without the debtor having to react or challenge the judgment at that time. More importantly, an immediate judgment can be rendered without having to follow the process described above. The client voluntarily evaded the jurisdiction of the court and the pronouncement of a non-procedural judgment in the event of a delay. First, it is important to determine if you are the type of creditor who can use a judgment clause. Under Pennsylvania law, a judgment against a natural person cannot be admitted in a consumer credit transaction. A consumer credit transaction is defined as any credit transaction in which the party to which the loans are granted is a natural person and the money, property or services subject to the transaction are primarily intended for personal, family or budgetary purposes. For example, a judgment against a person who buys new furniture from a credit account to be used in his or her home cannot be confessed.
However, if the same person buys new furniture on credit to be used in one of the many housing units they own and manage, then it may be possible to argue a judgment against that person for non-payment on that credit account. Second, the very language of the reasons for the decision must be sufficient to deal with judicial review. This includes not only the text of the language, but also the very location of the reasons for the sentence. For the text of a confession, it is best to consult a lawyer to determine which language should be contained in order to guarantee the validity of your motivation clause. As a general rule, a valid judgment clause must be CONSPICUOUS and the signature of the party authorizing a judgment against it must be directly related to the clause itself. These strict language requirements are, because it is this instrument, that the Tribunal will reconsider whether the admitted judgment were to be challenged. If properly drafted, a valid judgment clause will make it clear to the Tribunal that there is no doubt that the signatory was aware that he or she authorized the other party to try against it without notice or being heard.