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CABOT NOBLE INC. STIPULATION AND SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT (1997-01-13)

SPURLOCK INDUSTRIES INC. STIPULATION AND SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT (1999-03-31)

This derivative action was commenced initially by seven owners of the common stock of Spurlock Industries, Inc., a Virginia corporation (such corporation, its predecessors, subsidiaries and affiliates, hereinafter collectively referred to as the "Corporation"), on behalf of the Corporation, alleging that the Corporation had been damaged by the actions of certain of its current and former directors and asserting that such claims should be pursued on behalf of the Corporation. The Corporation was included as a nominal defendant. An eighth plaintiff was added later.

CONSTELLATION ENERGY GROUP INC. STIPULATION AND SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT (1999-06-29)

this Settlement include, but are not limited to, BGE's stranded investment for its generation assets and facilities, including capital improvements, facilities directly related to generation but recorded as transmission facilities, and the appropriate allocation of common plant (collectively, "generation assets"), purchased power contracts, and restructuring costs, as defined in Paragraph 46. Upon approval of this Settlement by the Commission without modification or condition, the $528 million amount shall be deemed (a) a final determination of the amount of transition costs or benefits arising from the generation assets to be transferred, as that phrase is used in Code Sections 7-508(C)(1)(II) and 7-509(C)(2); and (b) a determination of the transition costs and the amounts of the transition costs that BGE shall be provided an opportunity to recover pursuant to Code Section 7-513(B). Except for any future claim for net competitive metering related transition costs, BGE shall be forever barred from filing for, or seeking recovery of, in any manner, any other transition costs whether or not sought by BGE in this proceeding. The $528 million amount was agreed to by the Settling Parties in consideration of the factors set forth in Code Section 7-513(E)(1)(II). The allocation of the $528 million transition costs shall be as follows: $193.8 million to residential customers; $53.8 million to Schedules G and GS; $112.6 million to Schedule GL; $100.7 million to Schedule P; $5.1 million to Schedule SL; $2.5 million to Schedule NRP; and the balance of $59.5 million to Schedule PL and individual customer contracts based on individually negotiated agreements to be separately filed with the Commission. The allocation of transition costs, if any, to an individual contract customer shall remain the obligation of that customer if it

BALTIMORE GAS & ELECTRIC CO. STIPULATION AND SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT (2000-04-13)

this Settlement include, but are not limited to, BGE's stranded investment for its generation assets and facilities, including capital improvements, facilities directly related to generation but recorded as transmission facilities, and the appropriate allocation of common plant (collectively, "generation assets"), purchased power contracts, and restructuring costs, as defined in Paragraph 46. Upon approval of this Settlement by the Commission without modification or condition, the $528 million amount shall be deemed (a) a final determination of the amount of transition costs or benefits arising from the generation assets to be transferred, as that phrase is used in Code Sections 7-508(C)(1)(II) and 7-509(C)(2); and (b) a determination of the transition costs and the amounts of the transition costs that BGE shall be provided an opportunity to recover pursuant to Code Section 7-513(B). Except for any future claim for net competitive metering related transition costs, BGE shall be forever barred from filing for, or seeking recovery of, in any manner, any other transition costs whether or not sought by BGE in this proceeding. The $528 million amount was agreed to by the Settling Parties in consideration of the factors set forth in Code Section 7-513(E)(1)(II). The allocation of the $528 million transition costs shall be as follows: $193.8 million to residential customers; $53.8 million to Schedules G and GS; $112.6 million to Schedule GL; $100.7 million to Schedule P; $5.1 million to Schedule SL; $2.5 million to Schedule NRP; and the balance of $59.5 million to Schedule PL and individual customer contracts based on individually negotiated agreements to be separately filed with the Commission. The allocation of transition costs, if any, to an individual contract customer shall remain the obligation of that customer if it

UNITED RETAIL GROUP INC/DE. # STIPULATION AND SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT (2005-03-23)

MASTEC INC. STIPULATION AND SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT (2007-11-06)