A stipulated judgment (which must be attached to form FL-180 or form FL-250) may be submitted to the court for signature as an uncontested matter or at the time of the hearing on the merits and must contain the exact terms of any judgment proposed to be entered in the case. At the end, immediately above the space reserved for the judge's signature, the stipulated judgment must contain the following:
The foregoing is agreed to by:
|__________________________ (Petitioner)||____________________________ (Respondent)|
Approved as conforming to the agreement of the parties:
|____________________________ (Attorney for Petitioner)||____________________________ (Attorney for Respondent)|
(b) Disposition of all matters required.
A stipulated judgment must include disposition of all matters subject to the court's jurisdiction for which a party seeks adjudication or an explicit reservation of jurisdiction over any matter not proposed for disposition at that time. A stipulated judgment constitutes a written agreement between the parties as to all matters covered by the stipulation.
Rule 5.411 adopted effective January 1, 2013.