If a termination order has been issued in summary proceedings, “no court is required for the dispute between the parties, because jurisdiction has never been lost”. 48 A district court always reserves jurisdiction to enforce its judgments, including those obtained by approval decrees.19 A party may be sanctioned for refusing to sign a written settlement with terms agreed orally in court: “An agreement announced in the minutes also becomes binding, if a party has changed its mind after agreeing to its terms, but before the conditions are reduced to the letter. 69 In its first finding, Warby J concluded that, in an order of Tomlin, the powers of the General Court were limited to the stay of proceedings and the freedom of application, since, according to the White Paper, the settlement agreement was not part of the order `as such`. . . .