Further parts of the settlement between Sean Quinn's children and the former Anglo Irish Bank have been finalised at the Commercial Court.
A judgment for a total of $133m has been obtained by the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation against the five children with their consent.
Three of the siblings' spouses have also consented to the judgment.
Enforcement of the judgment has been stayed as part of the settlement agreement, on condition the Quinns cooperate with IBRC's efforts to recover former Quinn Group assets.
The Commercial Court granted the judgment against Sean Quinn Jnr and his wife Karen Woods, Aoife Quinn and her husband Stpehen Kelly, Ciara Quinn and her husband Niall McPartland, as well as Brenda and Colette Quinn.
The judgment formed part of the settlement of IBRC's action alleging the family members were involved in a conspiracy to strip assets worth €455m from the Quinn international property group and put them out of reach of the bank.
The $133m relates to assets and rents that IBRC says it has not recovered from the group as a result of the scheme.
IBRC also secured judgment for a total of around 72 million Russian roubles against Aoife Quinn, Stephen Kelly, Ciara Quinn, Niall McPartland, Karen Woods and Colette Quinn arising from salaries paid to them by international property group companies in 2011 and 2012.
Today's proceedings were part of the overall agreement between the parties.
Yesterday, the Quinn children consented to a judgment totalling €440m, or just over €88m each, following the withdrawal of their legal action against IBRC.
The litigation between the sides began in 2011, when Anglo Irish Bank moved to take control of Quinn companies over debts of almost €3bn.
The total value of former assets of the group recovered by IBRC is believed to be between €800m and €1bn.
The costs of their recovery could be as high as €170m.
Senior Counsel for IBRC Barry O'Donnell told the court the terms of the agreement between the sides were confidential.
But he said the settlement provided for a stay on the enforcement of the judgments and there was liberty to move to enforce them if there was a failure to comply with the terms.
He told the court these terms included "non-interference provisions".
Mr O'Donnell said the agreement also provided for the discharge of receivers appointed in 2011 over accounts and assets of Quinn family members, except in relation to Sean Quinn's nephew, Peter Darragh Quinn.
It was also agreed that all costs orders made between IBRC and the children and their spouses would be discharged.
The court heard that Sean Quinn Snr had also signed up to the settlement agreement, although the judgment order does not apply to him.
Intended proceedings by the Quinns against the Central Bank, Minister for Finance, former Anglo Chairman Sean Fitzpatrick and former CEO, David Drumm are also to be dismissed.