Sample of Stipulation Agreement?

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A stipulation agreement is an agreement made between two attorneys in reference to a case. The agreement is made to speed up court proceedings. If a stipulation is made in a court room, it does not have to be in writing, but if made outside of court, it should be in writing to prevent fraudulent claims. Samples of stipulation agreements could be the admitting of certain pieces of evidence, the agreement of what the testimony of an absent witness would include, or an agreement on certain facts of the case that will be allowed as evidence.
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