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stipulations

The terms of a written contract.
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Jurisprudence holds that stipulations are essentially a waiver of the right to present evidence to counter the agreed-upon facts.
The court on June 18 gave its support to the stipulation between the JQC and Judge Victoria L.
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).
Independent Bank Corp (NASDAQ:INDB), parent of Rockland Trust Company and Central Bancorp Inc (NASDAQ:CEBK), parent of Central Bank, jointly disclosed on Tuesday the filing of a Stipulation of Dismissal by them for the lawsuit brought in Superior Court in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 17 July 2012.
A committee comprising representatives of the ministries of interior, education and civil service, and the Control and Investigation Bureau had submitted a report to the king recommending the removal of the residence stipulation for women's employment in schools.
Their attempt to void the stipulation relied on the Court of Appeal's 2009 decision in Roberts v Trishman Speyer Properties LP.
A properly crafted stipulation should furnish more than merely the factual predicate for the accused's plea or a guide for the military judge's providence inquiry.
This type of stipulation is governed by Rule 36 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which addresses the scope, use, and enforcement of requests for admission.
On July 15, 2005, the plaintiff entered into a stipulation with the defendants and the third-party defendant requiring it to respond to their discovery requests within 60 days.
Practicing doctors still serve as mentors to medical students, but medical schools do not offer medical education "without fee or stipulation.
The office issued cease-and-desist orders to those operators, most of whom have now signed the 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.