Dispute Notice Sample Clauses

Dispute Notice. If there is a dispute between the parties, then either party may give a notice to the other succinctly setting out the details of the dispute and stating that it is a dispute notice given under this clause 17.1.
Dispute Notice. If the settlement of a disagreement is beyond the authority allowed the JBE’s project manager and the Contractor’s account manager under this Agreement, or if a disagreement has in the opinion of either party persisted for an undue length of time, either party may submit a Notice to the other party that the parties will commence the procedure set forth in this section 13 to resolve the Dispute (“Dispute Notice”). The Dispute Notice shall include: (i) detailed factual information and supporting documentation in support of the submitting party’s position; (ii) the specific Agreement provisions on which the Dispute is based; and (iii) if the Dispute involves a cost adjustment, the exact amount of the cost adjustment accompanied by all records supporting the submitting party’s position. The Dispute Notice shall include a written statement signed by an authorized representative of the submitting party indicating that the Dispute is made in good faith, that the supporting data and documents are accurate and complete, and that the amount requested, if any, accurately reflects the adjustment for which the submitting party believes the other party is responsible. To assist the other party in its review of the Dispute, the submitting party shall promptly comply with reasonable requests for additional information.
Dispute Notice. The Proposed Final Closing Balance Sheet and the Proposed Final Closing Statement (and the proposed final determinations of the Closing Debt Amount, the Locked Box Amount, the Seller Transaction Expenses and Net Working Capital reflected thereon) will be final, conclusive and binding on the parties (and all Company Investors) unless the Stockholders’ Committee provides a written notice (a “Dispute Notice”) to Parent no later than the twentieth (20th) Business Day after the delivery to the Stockholders’ Committee of the Proposed Final Closing Balance Sheet and the Proposed Final Closing Statement. Any Dispute Notice must set forth in reasonable detail (i) any item on the Proposed Final Closing Balance Sheet or the Proposed Final Closing Statement which the Stockholders’ Committee believes has not been prepared in accordance with this Agreement and the correct amount of such item and (ii) the Stockholders’ Committee’s alternative calculation of the Closing Debt Amount, the Locked Box Amount, the Seller Transaction Expenses or Net Working Capital, as the case may be. Any item or amount to which no dispute is raised in the Dispute Notice will be final, conclusive and binding on the parties (and all Company Investors) on such twentieth (20th) Business Day. Any Dispute Notice must specify, with reasonable particularity, all facts that form the basis of such disagreements and all statements by Persons (who shall be identified by name) and documents relied upon by the Stockholders’ Committee as forming the basis of such disagreement.
Dispute Notice. Notice by either Party of the existence of a Dispute shall (i) be delivered in writing, (ii) specify what provision of the Agreement such Party believes is under Dispute and (iii) recommend a course of action to resolve the Dispute (the “Dispute Notice”).
Dispute Notice. The Closing Balance Sheet and the Working Capital Statement will be final, conclusive and binding on the Parties unless Seller provides a written notice (a “Dispute Notice”) to Purchaser no later than 60 days after delivery of the Working Capital Statement setting forth in reasonable detail (a) any item on the Closing Balance Sheet and/or the Working Capital Statement which Seller believes has not been prepared in accordance with the Accounting Adjustments and Principles and (b) Seller’s good faith estimate of the correct amount of such item in accordance with the Accounting Adjustments and Principles. Any item or amount to which no dispute is raised in the Dispute Notice will be final, conclusive and binding on the Parties.
Dispute Notice. Either Novolyte HK or Ferro may at any time deliver to the other a written dispute notice setting forth a brief description of the issues for which such notice initiates the dispute resolution mechanism set forth in this Section 8.11. Such dispute notice shall also specify the provision or provisions of this Transfer Agreement and the facts or circumstances that are the subject matter of the dispute.
Dispute Notice. The Proposed Final Closing Statement (and the proposed final determination of the Inventory reflected thereon) will be final, conclusive and binding on the parties unless the Seller provides a written notice (a “Dispute Notice”) to the Buyer no later than the 30th Business Day after the delivery to the Seller of the Proposed Final Closing Statement. Any Dispute Notice shall set forth in reasonable detail (i) any item on the Proposed Final Closing Statement which the Seller believes has not been prepared in accordance with this Agreement and the Seller’s proposed changes to the amount of such item and (ii) the Seller’s alternative calculation of the disputed item, and in each case, with reasonably detailed supporting documentation. Any item or amount to which no dispute is raised in the Dispute Notice or of which the Seller has accepted in writing to the Buyer will be final, conclusive and binding on the parties on such 30th Business Day.
Dispute Notice. At the written request of any Party (a "DISPUTE NOTICE"), the Parties to the dispute will within seven business days of the Dispute Notice, appoint knowledgeable, responsible representatives to meet and negotiate in good faith to resolve any dispute arising under this Agreement. The Parties intend that these negotiations be conducted by business representatives, including at least one senior executive of each Party to the dispute. The representatives shall meet and confer, in person or by teleconference, not later than such seventh business day after the date of the Dispute Notice. The location, format, frequency, duration and conclusion of these discussions shall be left to the discretion of the representatives; provided that, the duration shall not exceed 45 days from the date of the Dispute Notice (an "ACTION DATE") unless extended by mutual written agreement of the Parties setting forth a new Action Date. The Dispute Notice and any extension shall specify the Action Date. The Dispute Notice shall set forth the nature of the dispute, in reasonable detail. Discussion and correspondence among the representatives for purposes of these negotiations shall be treated as confidential information developed for purposes of settlement, exempt from discovery and production, and shall not be admissible in the arbitration described below. Documents identified in or provided with such communications, which are not prepared for purposes of the negotiations, are not so exempted and may, if otherwise admissible, be admitted in evidence in the arbitration. If the Parties are unable to resolve any disputes arising under or relating to this Agreement (each a "DISPUTE") using the process described in this Section 21(d) within the time period provided, including without limitation disputes regarding a breach or default under this Agreement, the Parties shall arbitrate such dispute pursuant to the arbitration provisions set forth in Section 21(d)(iii) and as modified by the Special Arbitration provisions Section 21(d)(xii) in the case of disputes arising under Section 20(e)(ii).
Dispute Notice. The Dispute Notice shall set out: the material particulars of the Dispute; the reasons why the Party serving the Dispute Notice believes that the Dispute has arisen; and if the Party serving the Dispute Notice believes that the Dispute should be dealt with under the Expedited Dispute Timetable as set out in paragraph 7 of this Framework Schedule 18, the reason why. Unless agreed otherwise in writing, the Parties shall continue to comply with their respective obligations under this Framework Agreement regardless of the nature of the Dispute and notwithstanding the referral of the Dispute to the Dispute Resolution Procedure.
Dispute Notice. The Party asserting the Dispute will give prompt notice to the other Party describing the Dispute in reasonable detail (“Dispute Notice”).