stipulation


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stipulation,

n an article in an agreement; an agreement in writing to do a certain thing.
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Other contested stipulations include the previous statements of Anti-Money Laundering Council lawyer Leigh Vhon Santos and Commission on Audit assistant commissioner Susan Garcia regarding the inquiry into the defendants' bank accounts and the PDAF transactions respectively.
We accept the stipulation and approve the JQC's findings and recommended sanction of a public reprimand," the court said.
12) The district court in Kokkonen, rather, had simply entered an order acknowledging the joint stipulation, but did not embody the terms of the settlement agreement in its order or purport to retain jurisdiction over the settlement.
Further, the parties will bear their own attorneys' fees and costs under the dismissed Stipulation of the lawsuit with prejudice to the named plaintiffs.
At the time, the tenants signed the stipulation agreement in August of 2009, the status of the apartment as a rent-regulated unit was, at best, up in the air," said Turkel.
This article explains the importance of the stipulation of fact in the preparation of uncontested and contested cases, as well as how to marshal facts to support a plea, how to analyze and resolve potential defenses or factual ambiguities, and how to persuasively (and reasonably) convey the Government's theory of the case.
For example, if you and your opponent have agreed that a gun recovered from a house was loaded and operational, you'll want to present that stipulation when the gun becomes important.
Comment: In most cases where a party makes a motion for preclusion, especially in no-fault litigation, the motion is resolved with a stipulation like the one in this case which provides that the other party must provide certain discovery responses within a certain amount of time, and also provides that if the discovery is not exchanged, the offending party will be precluded from offering evidence as to anything which was the subject of the demands.
I swear by Apollo the physician, and Aesculapius, and Hygieia, and Panaceia, and all the gods and goddesses, that, according to my ability and judgment, I will keep this Oath and this stipulation .
The controversy is far from over--Lujan's office is attempting to convince other workshop operators to sign the stipulation, and one operator has filed a legal challenge.
The councilman acknowledged in the stipulation that he accepted $5,700 in legal services from Papiano and his firm in 1996 and 1997, when the Ethics Commission found Bernson improperly used his officeholder account to buy season tickets to the Hollywood Bowl.
The corporation agreed to withhold legal action, provided the LLC paid the outstanding balance plus interest under the terms of a stipulation of settlement.