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Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited v Independent Power Tanzania Limited, Stipulation and Agreement, IIC 245 (2001), 22nd June 2001, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes [ICSID]

Treaty between Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Prussia, Russia and Turkey for the Revision of the Stipulations of the Treaty of 30 March 1856 (Navigation of the Black Sea and Danube), signed at London, 13 March 1871

Convention between Austria-Hungary, Roumania and Russia for the Modification of the Stipulations of the Convention of 15 December 1866 respecting the Navigation of the Pruth, signed at Bucharest, 2 March 1895

Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited v Independent Power Tanzania Limited, Stipulation Regarding Future Disputes Concerning the Construction Contingency Account, IIC 244 (2001), 22nd June 2001, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes [ICSID]

 

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(1) In Australian jurisprudence, a condition or requirement for the purpose of carrying out the matter at hand. Thus a stipulation in a will is a testamentary disposition made by ...

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