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stipulations

The terms of a written contract.
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With respect to stipulations of settlement and notwithstanding the form of the stipulation of settlement, the terms of such stipulation shall be filed by the defendant with the county clerk.
In exchange, the government agreed to a stipulation that Edgell's drug conduct involved "less than five (5) grams of substances containing a detectable amount of methamphetamine." Pursuant to that stipulation, Edgell's advisory sentencing range would be 10 to 16 months' imprisonment.
But as it stands right now, Ayr currently meet the Bronze standard stipulations.
Maitha bin Adai, CEO of RTA's Traffic and Roads Agency said, "This inspection campaign was launched to enforce the compliance with the new stipulations set for private parking yards after exhausting the grace period granted to operators to realign their business with the approved standards.
They informed the concerned parties of stipulations of temporary boundary walls applied by Abu Dhabi City Municipality and directed owners of sites falling short of these stipulations to take remedial measures as early as possible in preparation for climatic conditions.
'There is no merit in accused Estrada's fears that the list of proposed stipulations might be taken as him having admitted these, whether in whole or in part.
Instead, Fifth Division Chairman Roland Jurado directed both the prosecution and defense lawyers to again sit down to finalize the list of proposed stipulations that they were both willing to agree to so that the more important questions can finally be asked of Escalante.
There was a split among the circuits as to whether stipulations such as Knowles' could exclude cases from CAFA's scope.
(13) Congress recognized that under pre-CAFA law "class action lawyers typically misuse[d] the jurisdictional threshold to keep their cases out of federal court" and noted as an example of such "misuse" the inclusion in class action complaints of stipulations purporting to limit the amount in controversy to less than the jurisdictional minimum.
(15) Significantly, the Court suggested that parties could seek to do so not merely in the context of Rule 41(a)(2), when a court order is required, but also in the context of joint stipulations filed under Rule 41(a)(1)(A)(ii):
There are stipulations in the CARD act that prevent card companies from increasing rates of customers unless they are 60 days late on payments.