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stipulations

The terms of a written contract.
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The Stipulation, and the settlement contemplated therein (the 'Settlement'), is subject to the approval of the Court, and is intended by the Parties to fully, finally, and forever compromise, resolve, discharge, and settle the Released Claims and to result in the dismissal of the Derivative Action with prejudice, upon the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in the Stipulation.
After careful review of the matter, we accept the stipulation and impose the requested discipline.
Instead, this amendment was enacted at the same time as CPLR 8020(d), to require the defendant to pay the County Clerk $35.00 with the filing of a stipulation of settlement, and it is widely accepted that the purpose of the amendment was to generate revenue.
In accordance with the stipulation of the parties, the hearing panel ordered that respondent's license to practice law in Michigan be suspended for 90 days.
And we agree with Edgell that the government crossed the line and breached its plea agreement when it failed at sentencing to honor its drug conduct stipulation. At sentencing, the government did not "continue to advocate for acceptance," of its agreement with Edgell.
According to a State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) stipulation, foreign currency can only be converted/exchanged at the counters of exchange companies, which has contributed to an oversupply of dollars and other currencies, reports Dawn.
Attorney General Mike Hunter announced on Wednesday a proposed joint stipulation agreement among his office, the utility, its shareholder association, the Corporation Commission Public Utility Division staff and several industrial and residential customer groups.
But according to the unsealed version released June 6, Greitens and his attorneys "stipulate that the State has sufficient evidence to constitute a submissible case." The agreement barred release of that stipulation to the public "unless the defendant commits a new offense or engages in public comment contrary to the stipulation."<br />Multiple media outlets had requested the full agreement under Missouri's open-records laws.
Kruah was making mockery of justice by allegedly failing to sign a stipulation from Justice - in - Chambers Mr.
("MUFG"), has announced that it and its New York Branch entered into a Stipulation and Consent to the Issuance of a Consent Order with the US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency ("OCC") on November 9, 2017, the company said.
'Anent the accused movant's complaint on the supposed inaccurate notes of his stipulation to some documents, the Court notes that the accused-movant did not identify which of the documents have erroneous descriptions or notes,' it added.