Insurance — Stipulations — Trial court erred by permitting insured to withdraw from its pretrial factual stipulation that it was seeking a specific amount in code upgrade costs where insured’s purported mistake in law regarding its interpretation of the policy was not good cause for withdrawal from its factual stipulation — Where neither party withdrew from stipulation regarding amounts insurer had already paid, court was bound by the agreed-upon amount
44 Fla. L. Weekly D445a
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