Examples of stipulation in a Sentence
We agreed to the deal with the stipulation that she pay the expenses herself.
their proposal for a baseball franchise includes several stipulations that are unacceptable
Recent Examples of stipulation from the Web
Riffle will go back to the building's owners to negotiate the deal with the stipulation that the city will have the right to complete a thorough inspection to make sure there aren't any problems with the condition of the property.
The city of San Antonio commissioned Wallace to complete the project with the stipulation that any artwork had to be embedded in the sidewalk of Presa.
What’s with the seemingly arbitrary stipulations of account minimums and service options?
Earlier this fall, just before Mr. Curry resigned, a different Xceligent contractor with ties to India agreed to a stipulation in a lawsuit that CoStar filed against it in Pittsburgh federal court.
The parties on Monday filed a stipulation to dismiss with prejudice the lawsuit.
Other voting stipulations that inhibit black voters in the state include no early voting, same-day registration, or early registering for teenagers, according to The Atlantic.
The only stipulation was making a $100,000 balloon loan payment by Christmas.
Even so, some within the sport speculate that a few owners might wonder by March, if the players' protests continue all season, whether the agreement should have included such a stipulation.
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STIPULATION Defined for English Language Learners
legal Definition of stipulation
- a stipulation of facts
- admitted the charges in a prehearing stipulation
- —New York Law Journal
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