Formal Dispute Process Sample Clauses

Formal Dispute Process. Members representing: (i) any one of the three state Participant Groups or (ii) an aggregate of at least six (6) votes, may appeal the informal Dispute by signing and furnishing to the Regional Director, the Program Manager, and each other Member, a written request to initiate a formal Dispute. This request must, with reasonable specificity, identify the issue(s) in Dispute, the relief sought, and any supporting documentation. If such a request is not received by the Regional Director within ten
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Formal Dispute Process. If the Parties are unable to resolve issues related to the Disputed Amounts within twenty one (21) days after that Parties’ appointment of designated representatives pursuant to Section 3.15.2 of this Agreement, then either Party may file a complaint with the Commission or FCC to resolve such issues or proceed with any other remedy pursuant to law or equity. The Commission or the FCC may direct release of any or all funds (including any accrued interest) in the escrow account, plus applicable late fees, or reasonable attorney fees to be paid to either Party.
Formal Dispute Process. ‌ The actual process used by dispute resolution officials is highly flexible and differing methods may be applied at any level upon agreement of the parties. The parties may, in writing, mutually agree to an alternative dispute resolution process. The State and DoD Component will ensure the process is described in writing and clearly identifies the procedures, participants, and timelines that will apply. The State and DoD Component should discuss and arrange for delegations of the dispute resolution officials identified in the DSMOA for each level well in advance of disputes.
Formal Dispute Process. A Formal Dispute must be filed by mail and emailed to the person specified in the CSA’s Cover Contract, identified to receive receipt of notifications. The notification must include a detailed statement of the legal and/or factual grounds for the Formal Dispute, relevant documents, a statement as to the form of relief requested, and any other pertinent information relating to the dispute. A Formal Dispute must be filed within 20 business days after the Contractor and CSA failed to reach resolution through the Informal Dispute Resolution Process. The relevant CSA will consider all information relevant to the Formal Dispute and may require the Contractor to meet or participate in a conference call with the CSA to discuss the Formal Dispute when, in the CSA’s sole judgment, circumstances so warrant. Subsequent to such fact gathering, the CSA shall send a Formal Dispute Determination to the Contractor.
Formal Dispute Process. Formal Disputes will be considered and decided by the Authorized User in accordance with the Authorized User’s Dispute or Bid Protest Procedures. Authorized Users not having Formal Dispute or Bid Protest Procedures may use the OGS Dispute Resolution Procedures as a model in preparing their own.
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