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[Attorney name]
[Address]
[Telephone number]

Attorney for [e.g., Plaintiff], _[name]

_ _ _ _ _ _ Court, County of _ _ _ _ _ _
[_ _ _ _ _ _ District]

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ) No. _ _ _ _ _ _
Plaintiff(s) )
v. )
) STIPULATION FOR JUDGMENT
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ )
Defendant(s) )
____________________________)

Plaintiff, [name], defendant, [name], and their attorneys of record stipulate and agree as follows:

1. The Court will enter judgment in this action, pursuant to this stipulation, on request of any party without notice to the other parties as follows:
a. [Specify amount owed and terms of payment; see example in 60.11].

b. [Specify claims and actions covered; see examples in 60.10].

c. [State other terms, if any].

2. On entry, this judgment will become final and execution may be levied on it immediately.

Date: _ _ _ _ _ _

[Signature of party] [Signature]
____________________________ _____________________________
[Typed name] [Typed name]
Attorney for _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

[Signature of party] [Signature]
____________________________ _____________________________
[Typed name] [Typed name]
Attorney for _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ======

[Add if desired]

ORDER

Good cause appearing,

IT IS ORDERED that judgment be entered in favor of [e.g., plaintiff], [name], and against [e.g., defendant], [name], as follows:

[State terms].

Date: _ _ _ _ _ _ _________________________
Judge

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