Results for: Stipule

In Debt and Bankruptcy

What is a stipulation in bankruptcy?

\nIt's basically an agreement between the debtor and creditor on how the debtor is to pay the creditor that arises when debtor has filed bankruptcy.
In Credit and Debit Cards

What is a stipulation of settlement?

Answer . A stipulation of settlement is an addendum to a contract to protect any personal, public, or private interests in the event of a particular outcome.. (i.e. The co (MORE)
In Restraining Orders

What is a stipulated restraining order?

A stipulated restraining order means: a condition or a requirement stated in the restraining order. Stipulated is agreeing or to bargain with someone. This is usuallyapplies t (MORE)
In Flower Gardening

What is a stipule?

In botany, stipule (Latin stipula : straw, stalk [1] ) is a term coined by Linnaeus [1] which refers to outgrowths borne on either side (sometimes just one side) of the (MORE)
In Botany or Plant Biology

What is the function of stipules?

In some plants we can see lateral small-leaf like structure at theleafbase.When the leaf is a bud stipules protect the bud as acover.Later ,it changes into thorns or stay with (MORE)
In Uncategorized

Who files a stipulation of discontinuance?

The Defendant's attorney should be responsible for filing the Stipulation discontinuing an action. The Defendant is the party who wants to be sure the Stipulation is filed. Th (MORE)
In Botany or Plant Biology

What are the functions of a stipule?

In some plants we can see lateral small-leaf like structure at the leafbase.When the leaf is a bud stipules protect the bud as a cover.Later ,it changes into thorns or stay wi (MORE)
In Law & Legal Issues

What does a stipulated order mean?

I think what you are asking about is the same as a consent order. The parties to the lawsuit all agree to the judge issuing the order and have approved the findings in the ord (MORE)
In Law & Legal Issues

Can a will stipulate a no contesting rule?

A will can always be contested. However, you can set it up so that if a person contests it, there can be negative effects for the person so contesting. For example, if you beq (MORE)