After the district court finally approved the class action settlement, the claims review committee adopted a “framework” for dealing with “branded title” claims, which for the first time disqualified vehicles purchased at insurance auto auctions from participating in the settlement benefits. This decision holds that the appellant purchasers who had been denied benefits under this new framework rule were third party beneficiaries of the settlement agreement with standing to enforce its terms. Also, the district court acted within the jurisdiction it had retained over the settlement and claims process in hearing the purchasers’ motion to enforce the settlement agreement as written. However, the decision nevertheless affirmed the district court’s denial of the motion. The settlement agreement had provided that its terms could be modified by consent of the parties and the district court’s approval. The framework was such an amendment, and the district court ratified it in ruling on the purchasers’ motion.