Dispute Resolution definition

Dispute Resolution means the procedure set forth in this LGIP for resolution of a dispute between the Parties.
Dispute Resolution means the procedure set forth in GIDAP Section 15.5 and in GIDAP BPM Section 15 for resolution of a dispute between the Parties.
Dispute Resolution means the procedure set forth in the executed interconnection agreement, or Appendix U, Section 13.5; Appendix Y, Section 13.5 and GIP BPM, Section 17; or Appendix DD, Section 15.5 and in GIDAP BPM, Section 15, as applicable for resolution of a dispute between the Parties.

Examples of Dispute Resolution in a sentence

Subject to subrule (4), when a Registered participant gives notice of a claim under subrule (1), that Registered participant must specify a date from which AEMO has 5 business days to request the Adviser to establish the Dispute resolution panel under subrule (6).

Dispute resolution methods centre on payment of Maslaha (loosely translated as ‘compensation’) for crimes committed against members of feuding clans.44 These mechanisms have been used to resolve deadly conflicts that occurred in the region and were credited with the adoption of Umul Accord in 2005, which is perhaps the greatest peace-building effort in the County to date.

The Adviser must within 5 business days of receiving a request from AEMO, establish a Dispute resolution panel in accordance with rule 135HD.

Despite rule 135JA, the costs of the Adviser and the Dispute resolution panel on a compensation claim are to be borne by AEMO unless the Dispute resolution panel re-allocates those costs, or a proportion of those costs, to a party on the ground that the party has unreasonably prolonged the proceedings or there is some other good reason to alter the allocation of those costs.

Dispute resolution specialist Specialist Accreditation in Dispute Resolution assesses candidates as a Representative of parties in dispute.


More Definitions of Dispute Resolution

Dispute Resolution means a facilitated negotiation under part V between a mortgagor and mortgagee for the purpose of reaching an agreement for mortgage loan modification or other agreement in an attempt to avoid foreclosure or to mitigate damages if foreclosure is unavoidable.
Dispute Resolution means the process for resolving disputed Settlement Claims as set forth in this Agreement.
Dispute Resolution shall have the meaning ascribed to it in Article 7.
Dispute Resolution. Nothing in Section “Dispute Resolution” shall invalidate Washington state law(s) which would otherwise be applicable to any arbitration proceeding arising from this Agreement.
Dispute Resolution. Any dispute, controversy or claim arising between the parties relating to this Agreement, or otherwise relating in any way to the Executive's employment with the Company (whether such dispute arises under any federal, state or local statute or regulation, or at common law), shall be resolved by final and binding arbitration before a single arbitrator. The arbitrator shall be selected in accordance with the Employment Dispute Resolution Rules of the American Arbitration Association pertaining at the time the dispute arises. In such arbitration proceedings, the arbitrator shall have the discretion, to be exercised in accordance with applicable law, to allocate among the parties the arbitrator's fees, tribunal and other administrative and litigation costs and, to the prevailing party, attorney's fees. The award of the arbitrator may be confirmed before and entered as a judgment of any court having jurisdiction of the parties. This arbitration provision shall not apply with respect to any application by the Company for injunctive relief under Section 5 of this Agreement.
Dispute Resolution shall have the meaning specified in Section 4.05(b).
Dispute Resolution means the process for resolving disputes that arise under this Agreement.