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
As The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday (via CNN), the administration is finalizing a memo that will give Defense Secretary James Mattis six months to implement the stipulations of the ban.
But on Nov. 22, 2013, Provencher, who determines BEA’s annual profit, gave back the entire $500,000 that had been withheld, with the stipulation that BEA spend $100,000 of it on efforts to improve operations and safety.
Attorneys in the case signed a stipulation of partial dismissal with prejudice against the four Public Safety officers, Chris Medlin, Clark Smith, Brian Hall, Penny Schultz, and Public Safety chief Charles Barranco.
GOP leaders hope to use that stipulation when rewriting the tax code.
The bounty was placed with the stipulation that Majeski had to finish the race on the lead lap.
But there were stipulations that the town could not meet, Furnells said.
In addition to the complaint, the prosecutors Wednesday filed a stipulation of settlement with Hobby Lobby that requires the company to return all the pieces and to forfeit to the government an additional $3 million, resolving the civil action.
Under his guidance, the Trumps settled by agreeing to stipulations to prevent future discrimination at their properties—but came away without admitting guilt.
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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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