On September 7, 1995, the applicants and defendants entered into a transaction agreement, which was approved on the same day by the Tribunal`s order.  The defendants did not accept that the applicants` federal rights had been violated, but accepted that the Court`s order of August 23, 1995 be converted into a permanent order and that the court remain competent to enforce and/or amend the permanent order. In return, the applicants agreed to dismiss Parts I and II of their complaint with prejudice that the defendants had systematically violated the constitutions of the United States and/or New Mexico. See transaction agreement, 2, 5. Shortly thereafter, the applicants submitted their individual claims against the defendants.  The applicants find themselves in a particularly difficult situation, pointing out that all the findings regarding the constitutional claims made in Parts I and II of their appeal were closed after the parties signed the transaction agreement of 7 September 1996. On June 7, 2012, Reuters reported that McClendon hired Chesapeake employees in 2010 for $3 million in personal work, including engineering and accounting assistance and repairs to his home. He had also used corporate aircraft for non-professional trips for the McClendons` family and friends.  According to Chesapeake`s proxy statement filed with the SEC on May 11, 2012, McClendon reimbursed the company`s staff costs up to $250,000. His employment contract allowed McClendon to personally use corporate aircraft, immediate family members and guests “for safety and efficiency reasons.”   If the court approves the proposed settlement of this case, experts in correction, medical care and mental health care will check the conditions of the MDC. Experts will report to the court, which will decide whether the operating and operating conditions of the MDC have improved so that the proceedings against the county should be dismissed. If the case is dismissed, the court will order the county to continue to be overcrowded in prison and to take classification and accommodation action. Psychiatry expert Dr.
Jeffrey Metzner said in his last report in December that the county had obtained either “compliance” or “partly” with the parts of the colony it was monitoring. He praised staff and management in the prison`s psychiatric services department. Although the Court considers that the provision of the Immediate Judgment Act is unconstitutional, as applied to the final judgments, the parties disagree in this case and the Court questions whether the September 7 agreement and the decision constitute a final judgment. Since the Court of Justice is not concerned at this stage with the constitutionality of the provision in this case with respect to immediate termination, I do not need to ascertain whether the September 7 agreement and the September 7 decision constitute a final judgment.