Consider a case where the parties stipulate
damages and custom, law, or perhaps even the contract itself leads to the conclusion that the stipulation is, or approaches the status of, an agreed-upon exclusive remedy.
Typically, the attorneys who are most reluctant to stipulate
are also the ones who either don't understand their cases very well or don't know how to try cases.
Many operations that charge material in this manner stipulate
that the material must reach a "mushy" stage before introduction into the molten pool.
To safeguard health and safety of the consumer and to ensure safe trasnportation, the standard specification also stipulates
storage, transport and handling terms and conditions.
147 of 2004 stipulates
that the development fee should be collected based on the value of the vehicle including the sales tax.
"We didn't want to stipulate
because we have an expert who determined it is lower," he said.
The law regulating nuclear reactors currently stipulates
punishment only for those who put people or assets in danger using specified nuclear fuel substances that emit high energy, such as uranium and thorium.
It also stipulates
that the head of the authority and its members shall exercise their duties within the limits of the rights and obligations entrusted to them in the law.
The order stipulates
that the two centres will be subject to the same laws and regulations governing the work of public health institutions.
The new law stipulates
amendments to Articles 3 and 4 of the 'Real Property Law'.
Damascus, SANA- The General Command of the Army and Armed Forces on Monday issued an administrative order which stipulates
for ending the reservation of batch no.
The second kind of valid transactional conditions is that in which one of the two parties stipulates
benefiting lawfully from the commodity in a certain way.