In our last column, we discussed CPLR 2104, and two of the three ways in which an enforceable stipulation can be entered into (as well as how an otherwise valid stipulation can be found void for mutual mistake).

This month, dive into the third, frankly mysterious formula set forth in CPLR 2104 to create an enforceable stipulation: “An agreement between parties or their attorneys relating to any matter in an action…reduced to the form of an order and entered.”