You can write the stipulation. You have the right to negotiate every word in the stipulation.
Your landlord, your landlord’s lawyer, the court attorney, or the judge can write the stip.
The court has blank forms with lines and carbon copies.
Some landlord lawyers use preprinted forms. You can negotiate to cross out parts that you don’t agree to. You do not have to agree to a preprinted stipulation.
If you have trouble, ask for a conference.