An order passed by a competent court remains in field unless it is set-aside or executed. An order passed by any competent judge does not end up automatically unless the order states so. Generally speaking if a judge passes an order in any case, compliance of the same is binding on the parties.
The order remains in field unless it is recalled by the judge. Every court has inherent powers of reviewing an order. So a court can set-aside its order on its own motion. However, if the order is not set-aside, the court is bound to implement it by way of its execution.
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