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stipulation,

n an article in an agreement; an agreement in writing to do a certain thing.
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As a result of the settlement of the Actions, Weatherford shall, should the Settlement become Final, within ninety (90) calendar days after entry of the Judgment by the Court, formally adopt and implement the corporate governance reforms and enhancements identified in Exhibit A attached to the Amended Stipulation for a period of no less than 6 years.
In Kokkonen, the Supreme Court addressed whether a district court had retained jurisdiction to enforce a settlement agreement after a joint stipulation of dismissal had been filed under Rule 41(a)(1)(A)(ii).
In the stipulation, "Judge Singbush admitted that (1) 'since his election in 1991, [he] has been habitually tardy for hearings, first appearances, and trials for which he was the presiding judge'; (2) 'when tardy, [he] was often tardy for more than 15 minutes'; (3) '[his] tardiness inconveniences and economically burdens lawyers, litigants, and the judicial system'; [and] (4) 'the majority of the times [he] was late to [c]ourt were without good cause .
Summary: RIYADH: Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has endorsed a recommendation to cancel the stipulation demanding residence proof by female applicants for jobs in the Ministry of Education.
The Appellate Term, First Department handed down a unanimous decision ha favor of the owner of 845 West End Avenue, overturning a lower court ruling that had granted the motion of two tenants in the building to vacate a stipulation settlement whereby the pair had agreed to vacate the unit or face eviction.
Three documents should form the backbone of the Government's case against a servicemember: the charge sheet, the prosecution memorandum, and the stipulation of fact.
By securing a stipulation to the admissibility of prior depositions, you'll ensure that the jury hears the deposition testimony, while also allowing the defendant's employees to avoid the hassle of repetitive depositions.
Practicing doctors still serve as mentors to medical students, but medical schools do not offer medical education "without fee or stipulation.
Bernson agreed to pay the fine, and the law firm of City Hall lobbyist Neil Papiano will pay $4,000, according to a stipulation accepted by the ethics panel.
The corporation agreed to withhold legal action, provided the LLC paid the outstanding balance plus interest under the terms of a stipulation of settlement.
Lauderdale, FL; 954-584-0300) stated that a second class action lawsuit has been filed challenging the Stipulation and Agreement that Andrx entered into with Hoechst Marion Roussel (Kansas City, MO) and Carderm Capital LP (collectively, HMRI) related to their pending patent infringement litigation.
Naturalized citizen A person who obtained the citizenship of the Syrian Arab Republic under the stipulation of this law or under the stipulations of previous citizenship laws.