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Is dismissal opposite of agreement?
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What is a motion stipulation in criminal proceedings?
Stipulation Once a defendant has served an answer to the plaintiff's complaint, the plaintiff may obtain a dismissal without prejudice by entering a formal agreement, a stipulation, with the defendant. The parties agree to the terms of the dismissal, which must be filed with the court clerk and put into effect by the action of the clerk. A dismissal agreement is a court order that enforces the stipulation of the parties. A dismissal by stipulation is a dismissal without prejudice unless the parties otherwise agree and record their agreement in the text of the stipulation.
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What is a dismissal without prejudice?
A dismissal without prejudice is the dismissal of a lawsuit but allowing the lawsuit to be refiled or reinstated at a later date. This type of a dismissal is one where there has been no ruling on the merits of the case. The dismissal is based on the party not doing something he or she is supposed to do during the course of the litigation, like providing discovery on time. The dismissal without prejudice is used as a sanction by the court to force litigants to act in accordance with the procedural rules of court.