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stipulations

The terms of a written contract.
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For additional information about the claims asserted in the New York Action and the terms of the proposed Settlement, please refer to the documents filed with the Court in the New York Action, the Amended Stipulation and the full-length Notice of Proposed Settlement and Settlement Hearing (the "Notice"), available at http://www.
Even when, as occurred here, the dismissal is pursuant to Rule 41(a)(1)(A)(ii) (which does not by its terms empower a district court to attach conditions to the parties' stipulation of dismissal) we think the court is authorized to embody the settlement contract in its dismissal order (or, what has the same effect, retain jurisdiction over the settlement contract) if the parties agree.
The JQC and Singbush agreed that a public reprimand was the appropriate discipline and "that Judge Singbush would submit to the JQC a signed letter of apology to the public, his fellow judges, and the legal community, and written weekly logs documenting timeliness at court proceedings to special counsel for the JQC for one year after the stipulation is accepted by this court," according to the opinion.
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.
To reckon him who taught me this Art equally dear to me as my parents, to share my substance with him, and relieve his necessities if required; to look upon his off-spring in the same footing as my own brothers, and to teach them this art, if they shall wish to learn it, without fee or stipulation; and that by precept, lecture, and every other mode of instruction, I will impart a knowledge of the Art to my own sons, and those of my teachers, and to disciples bound by a stipulation and oath according to the law of medicine, but to none others.
According to the stipulation, Papiano represented Bernson in the earlier ethics case but did not charge him.
That law, not the Stipulation, is what Biovail and the class action lawyers are complaining about.
Waiver of any condition for a period of [uninterrupted] residence, and [instead] stipulation of habitual residence in Syrian territory at the time of application;
Under the Settlement, the proceeds, net of expenses described in the Stipulation (which include notice and certain administrative expenses, Court-approved attorneys' fees and expenses and Plaintiff case contribution awards, taxes, and other costs related to the administration of the Settlement Fund) will be allocated to Members of the Settlement Class whose Plan account(s) suffered losses as a result of investing in Colonial BancGroup, Inc.
Current L&L Shareholders are instructed that they can access the Stipulation for inspection at the Clerk of the Court's Office for the First Judicial District Court for the State of Nevada in and for Carson City, 885 East Musser Street, Suite 3031, Carson City, Nevada 89701.