Motion to Dismiss without Prejudice?

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When a lawsuit is brought forth in court both parties have an opportunity to reach a settlement outside of the court before the case is heard. If an agreement is reached by the parties then a motion to dismiss without prejudice can be requested. This means that the plaintiff no longer wishes to pursue the lawsuit in the court system. In the federal court system there may be other guidelines that have to be followed to make sure the process is valid.
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