- A documented consensus between two parties in a lawsuit or an appeal, in which they establish certain facts. It's used in court when the dispute is solely a matter of law and not about the facts
- In their complex case, both parties decided to draft an agreed statement to clarify the facts being disputed.
- With the facts plainly stated in an agreed statement, attorneys focused on legal arguments.
- They prepared an agreed statement to expedite the trial process as they had a consensus on the facts.