In addition, the 1998 Code of Civil Procedure stipulates that a judgment or decision comes into force on the day of its pronouncement, unless the court decides otherwise and contains additional guidance on different types of judgments. A judgment may be rendered in writing or orally, depending on the circumstances.  Judges may record their judgments on the real estate registry system in their legal systems by letter of execution or apply for a court enforcement order based on the options available in their jurisdiction. A number of judicial review cases have been delayed. For example, in Data Key Ltd/Mr. Lui Yuet Tin, Director of the Land, Mr. Justice Au issued his judgment 26 to 28 months after the hearing.    The functions of a court with respect to judgments are set out in the law of justice.  Judgments must be delivered at a public hearing and contain “the reasons on which they were founded and the legal power.”  A judgment may be rendered unanimously or by a majority. If the judgment contains dissent, the majority vote of the judgment must consider the dissenting opinion and all dissenting judges must explain why they disagree.  At the state level, different national and territorial jurisdictions allow the parties to obtain different types of judgments; Including: In their defence submission, the owners argued that at the beginning of the work in 2009, there was no clarity as to whether the tax on construction contracts was payable for the owner-purchase agreements if the delivery of housing was carried out at a later date. This clarity did not appear until 2013 following the apex Tribunal`s decision in The Larsen and Toubro Ltd. It was only after finding that such projects fall within the definition of the work market that the owners transferred the interest burden to home buyers.
The term “reasons for judgment” is often used in a manner synonymous with “judgment,” although the former refers to the Tribunal`s motivation for its judgment, while the Tribunal refers to the court`s final order on the rights and obligations of the parties.  Given that the world`s major legal systems recognize either a common law or a legal or constitutional obligation to justify a judgment, it may be unnecessary, in most cases, to distinguish between “judgment” and “motivation for sentencing.” In Mak Kang Hoi/Ho Yuk Wah David, the Court of Final Appeal found that “opponents of the dispute have the right to have their cases decided with reasonable speed.” The Court found “completely excessive” and “extremely regrettable” the “extraordinary” and “disproportionate” delay envisaged by the judge (Ms. Gladys Li SC) at the sentencing, and recognized that it could result in “a miscarriage of justice, as a judge can, over time, water down the evidence, witnesses, interventions and the hearing itself.” while upholding its decision because it was “objectively sound”.  The assertion that there is no clarity between 2009 and 2013 as to whether the contractor agreements are covered by the construction contract is not accurate, Kishore said.