agreed statement


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agreed statement

n. occasionally the two parties on opposite sides of a lawsuit or on an appeal from a trial judgment will agree upon certain facts and sign a statement to be used in court for that purpose. Agreed statements are only used when the only remaining dispute boils down to a question of law and legal argument and not of the actual facts.

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The Court was satisfied on an agreed statement of facts between ASIC and Mr Godfrey, and declared, that Mr Godfrey contravened section 344(1) of the Corporations Act, in that:
On the advice of Pakistani delegation, a jointly agreed statement has been referred to the CPA Secretary General for consideration of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association.
An agreed statement of facts was provided to the tribunal, with a formal admission from Thampy that her conduct amounted to professional misconduct.
In a unanimously agreed statement, the 15-member UN Security Council said it was of vital importance that North Korea show "sincere commitment to denuclearization through concrete action and stressed the importance of working to reduce tensions".
Justice Nicol read an agreed statement in court 14 of royal courts of justice.
The recent recall of an agreed statement by ASEAN criticising China for its actions in the South China Sea is but the latest sad example of the immaturity of Asia's collective security process.
The recent recall of an agreed statement by Asean criticizing China for its actions in the South China Sea is but the latest sad example of the immaturity of Asia's collective security process.
An agreed statement announcing the settlement of the litigation between members of the Ucatt, Unite and GMB unions and a large number of Britain's leading construction firms was read out yesterday to Mr Justice Supperstone who was due to try the case in London this week.
In court last month an agreed statement was read out in which Mr Flanagan accepted his tweet was untrue and apologising for all offence caused.
Their agreed statement said: "The video evidence shows the convoy was generally travelling at about 46mph, but there was some minor variation between the cars.
An agreed statement of facts will be read before Sheriff Beckett retires to consider the evidence presented over the 23 days of the inquiry.