Former Norwich manager Paul Lambert has agreed a settlement with the Canaries over the dispute regarding his departure from Carrow Road.
Lambert and Norwich were both suing each other for breach of contract and the issue was due to go before a Premier League tribunal next month.
The Scot left Norwich in the summer after three successful years in which he led the Canaries to successive promotions and 12th place in the Barclays Premier League.
Lambert has always believed he did nothing wrong in the sense he was entitled to talk to any interested clubs.
Villa were also adamant that they acted in a proper manner and would have met the terms of Lambert's contract.
A statement by the clubs said:: "Paul Lambert, Norwich City and Aston Villa have agreed settlement in respect of the dispute regarding Paul Lambert's departure from Norwich City.
"Villa will pay Norwich City the original amount as agreed in the contract between Paul Lambert and Norwich City, and Norwich City will pay Paul Lambert the bonus he was entitled to after completion of the 2011/12 season.
Lambert had been upset when Norwich chairman Alan Bowkett made the dispute public at a fans' forum earlier this season and claimed he had left all of his previous clubs in a similar manner.
But Lambert said before the recent Capital One Cup quarter-final between the clubs that he hoped agreement could be reached in the dispute and that has now happened.
The full back agreed a three-year contract at Villa Park, joining for an undisclosed fee believed to be around £3 million.
23-year-old Lowton made more than 70 first team appearances for the Blades.
He is Paul Lambert’s third signing since replacing Alex McLeish last month.