Conciliation. 1. The disputing parties may at any time agree to conciliation, which may begin at any time and be terminated at the request of the disputing investor at any time.
Conciliation. In the event of any Dispute between the Parties, either Party may call upon the Independent Engineer to mediate and assist the Parties in arriving at an amicable settlement thereof. Failing mediation by the Independent Engineer or without the intervention of the Independent Engineer, either Party may require such Dispute to be referred to [Insert the designation of the Person authorized in this behalf] and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Concessionaire for amicable settlement, and upon such reference, the said persons shall meet no later than 7 (seven) days from the date of reference to discuss and attempt to amicably resolve the Dispute. If such meeting does not take place within the 7 (seven) day period or the Dispute is not amicably settled within 15 (fifteen) days of the meeting or the Dispute is not resolved as evidenced by the signing of written terms of settlement within 30 (thirty) days of the notice in writing referred to in Clause 36.1.1 or such longer period as may be mutually agreed by the Parties, either Party may refer the Dispute to arbitration in accordance with the provisions of Clause 36.3.
Conciliation. Within 60 days of receipt of Notice of Dispute, either party shall refer the matter in dispute to conciliation. Conciliation proceedings shall be initiated within 30 days of one party inviting the other in writing to Conciliation. Conciliation shall commence when the other party accepts in writing this invitation. If the invitation is not accepted then Conciliation shall not take place. If the party initiating conciliation does not receive a reply within 30 days from the date on which he sends the invitation he may elect to treat this as a rejection of the invitation to conciliate and inform the other party accordingly. The Conciliation shall be undertaken by one Conciliator selected from a panel of Conciliators maintained by the Licensor. The Conciliator shall assist the parties to reach an amicable settlement in an independent and impartial manner.
Conciliation. If the Parties are unable to amicably settle the Dispute in accordance with Clause 12.1 within the period specified therein, the Parties shall forthwith but not later than 30 days after expiry of the aforesaid period, refer the Dispute to a retired High Court Judge or a reputed Chartered Accountant acceptable to both parties for resolution of the said Dispute. The attempt to bring about such resolution shall be considered to have failed if not resolved within 30 days from the date of receipt of a written notification in this regard.
Conciliation or binding arbitration of such disputes shall be done in accordance with the provisions of the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes Between States and Nationals of other States ("Convention") and the Regulations and Rules of the Centre, or, if the Convention should, for any reason, be inapplicable, the Rules of the Additional Facility.
Conciliation. The parties wish first to seek an amicable settlement of all disputes, controversies or claims arising out of or relating to this Agreement by conciliation in accordance with the UNCITRAL Conciliation Rules now in force. The conciliation shall take place in Chicago, Illinois (USA) before a conciliator. If assistance is needed in connection with the appointment of a conciliator or other administrative matters, JAMS Endispute, Inc., 222 S. Riverside Plaza, Chicago, Illinois, USA (telephone 312-739-0200), shall be the institution to render such assistance. The language to be used in the conciliation proceedings shall be English.