stipulation


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(law) an agreement or concession made by parties in a judicial proceeding (or by their attorneys) relating to the business before the court

an assumption on which rests the validity or effect of something else

a restriction that is insisted upon as a condition for an agreement

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This Notice is a summary only and does not describe all of the details of the Stipulation. All capitalized terms used in this notice, unless otherwise defined herein, are defined as set forth in the Stipulation.
CPLR 2014, entitled "Stipulations," generally provides that agreements between parties or their attorneys are not binding unless they are in writing subscribed by the party or the party's attorney.
Instead, the government affirmatively undermined the plea agreement by requesting a sentence inconsistent with its stipulation, effectively tripling its recommended sentence from the 10 months anticipated under the plea agreement to the 30 months at the low end of the post-lab report range calculated by the PSR.
However, currency dealers reiterate the central bank's stipulation has made business riskier for big investors.
Henries to sign the stipulation so that case can come down to the lower court.
Under the Stipulation and Consent, BTMU stipulates to the entry by the OCC of a Consent Order that includes remedial terms and conditions that are substantively the same as those included in the consent agreements that BTMU and BTMU's New York Branch had reached with the New York State Department of Financial Services ("DFS") on June 20, 2013 and November 18, 2014.
The court thus, denied Estrada's motion in so far as his request to exclude the proposed stipulation and to correct the descriptions.
Any contradicting stipulation shall be null and void."
" Delhi Development Authority ( DDA) is directed to take appropriate steps in accordance with the law against those private schools which violate the stipulation regarding fee hike in the letter of allotment," it said.
A stipulation that will result in a public reprimand for a 19th Circuit judge for a campaign law violation has been approved by the Supreme Court.
WBC and WBA Light Middleweight titlist Saul 'Canelo Alvarez' easily shed two pounds from his natural weight of 154 pounds to make the catch-weight stipulation of his mega-buck fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas, Nevada.
[paragraph] "After CAFA was enacted, class action plaintiffs could still stay out of federal court by filing a stipulation stating that the class wouldn't accept aggregate damages of more than the jurisdictional amount of $5 million," says Ogletree Deakins Shareholder Patrick Curran.
These federal courts have held that damage stipulations are effective to escape federal jurisdiction, reasoning that a plaintiff can disclaim the right to recover certain damages and that judicial estoppel or state procedural rules would bar a plaintiff from amending the stipulation once back in state court.
That provision permits the filing of "a stipulation of dismissal signed by all parties who have appeared." Filing such a joint stipulation of dismissal is frequently used because it allows parties that have reached a settlement to dismiss their case without a court order.
He signed a stipulation to cap damages for class members at $5 million, the threshold at which a 2005 law, the Class Action Fairness Act, lets companies move class-action lawsuits to federal court.