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Normally, if you have a signed agreement without the judge's signature, then this is a binding as a contractual agreement. However, because the order's last page states that they would enter it on the court record as an order and if that was never done, then I am afraid that is what makes the document worthless. If it did not have that statement on the document, it would be enforceable not as a court order, but as a contract
. If the mediation center was supposed to get it entered as a court order by filing it with the court and they failed to do so, then you could seek to sue the mediation center for negligence and seek damages from them for not properly finishing the mediation as they agreed to do.
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