Dispute Resolution Provisions definition

Dispute Resolution Provisions means those provisions for resolving disputes among the Members and the Company and Corporate Manager set forth as Exhibit B to this Agreement.
Dispute Resolution Provisions of the Family Law Rules 2004 means:
Dispute Resolution Provisions. Governing Law. Ohio Choice of Forum. Ohio

Examples of Dispute Resolution Provisions in a sentence

  • No arbitration may proceed on a class or representative basis, and the arbitrator may not consolidate any arbitration proceeding governed by these Dispute Resolution Provisions with any other person’s arbitration proceeding, and may not otherwise preside over any form of a representative or class proceeding.

  • The arbitrator is empowered to decide all Disputes and all questions related to the enforceability and scope of these Dispute Resolution provisions, including but not limited to the validity, interpretation and applicability of these Dispute Resolution Provisions.

  • Attn: Legal Department – Arbitration Opt-Out, 0000 Xxxxxxxx Xxxxx, Xxxxx 000, Xxxx Xxxxx, XX.00000 Should you not opt out of these Dispute Resolution provisions within the 30-day period, each party shall be bound by the terms of these Dispute Resolution Provisions.

  • Binding Dispute Resolution Provisions Paragraph 6.09 of the Agreement is amended and supplemented to include the following agreement of the parties: A.

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  • In the event of any controversy, claim, dispute or other matter in question arising out of or relating to this Contract or the breach thereof or otherwise with the Contract, which has not been resolved pursuant to other conditions of this Contract (hereinafter referred to as the "dispute"), Contractor, prior to pursuing any legal action, shall appeal the dispute to the Executive Director of Purchasing and Warehouse Operations Services via APS' Purchasing Dispute Resolution Provisions.

  • The Dispute Resolution Provisions are incorporated herein by this reference.

  • Dispute Resolution Process Before pursuing legal action, the vendor or contractor shall appeal the dispute to the Executive Director of Purchasing and Warehouse Operations Services via APS’ Purchasing Dispute Resolution Provisions.

  • Subject to the Dispute Resolution Provisions set forth in Attachment 5, any action or proceeding by either of the parties to enforce this Agreement shall be brought only in any state or federal court located in the City and County of Sacramento, California.

  • Any claim, dispute, or other matter arising out of or related to this Agreement (a “Dispute”) shall be subject to resolution pursuant to the Dispute Resolution Provisions set forth in Attachment 5 attached hereto and incorporated herein.

More Definitions of Dispute Resolution Provisions

Dispute Resolution Provisions means the provisions for resolving Disputes set forth in Article 14.
Dispute Resolution Provisions are the provisions set out in clause 90.

Related to Dispute Resolution Provisions

  • Dispute Resolution Procedure means the procedure for resolution of Disputes set forth in Article 26;

  • Dispute Resolution Procedures means the procedures outlined in Annexure A of the MSA Determination.

  • Dispute Resolution means the procedure set forth in this LGIP for resolution of a dispute between the Parties.

  • Dispute Resolution Process means the process described in clause 9

  • dispute resolution proceeding ’ means any process in which an alternative means of dispute resolution is used to resolve an issue in controversy in which a neutral is appointed and specified parties participate;

  • Dispute Resolution Scheme means the Electricity and Gas Complaints Commission or such other dispute resolution scheme approved or provided for in accordance with section 95 of the Act;

  • Alternative dispute resolution means mediation, arbitration, conciliation, or other nonjudicial procedure that involves a neutral party in the decisionmaking process. The form of alternative dispute resolution chosen pursuant to this article may be binding or nonbinding, with the voluntary consent of the parties.

  • arbitration agreement means an agreement by the parties to submit to arbitration all or certain disputes which have arisen or which may arise between them in respect of a defined legal relationship, whether contractual or not;

  • Mediation agreement means a written agreement between the parties to a mediation meeting.

  • Indemnification Provisions means each of the Debtors’ indemnification provisions in place immediately prior to the Effective Date whether in the Debtors’ bylaws, certificates of incorporation, other formation documents, board resolutions, the 2008 Bond Documents, or contracts for the current and former directors, officers, managers, employees, attorneys, other professionals, and agents and such current and former directors, officers, and managers’ respective Affiliates.

  • Arbitration means any arbitration whether or not administered by a permanent arbitral institution;

  • Expedited Dispute Timetable means the accelerated timetable for the resolution of disputes as set out in paragraph 2.6;

  • Mediation means any process in which a mediator facilitates communication and negotiation between the parties to assist them in reaching a voluntary agreement regarding their dispute.

  • Arbitration Notice has the meaning set forth in Section 9.13.

  • Grievance Procedure is used in this Agreement, it shall be considered as including the arbitration procedure.

  • Variation Procedure means the procedure set out in Clause 22.1 (Variation Procedure);

  • Complaints Procedure means the School's procedure for handling complaints from parents, as amended from time to time for legal or other substantive reasons, or in order to assist the proper administration of the School. It does not form part of the contract between you and the School. A copy of the most up-to-date procedure is on the School's website and is otherwise available from the School at any time upon request;

  • the decisions means the decisions of the CMA on the questions which it is required to answer by virtue of section 35 of the Act;

  • Terms of the citation means those conditions and options expressly stated upon the citation.

  • Further Competition Procedure means the further competition procedure described in paragraph 3 of Framework Schedule 5 (Call Off Procedure);

  • Rules of Procedure means the rules of procedure adopted by the Fund Council for the management of its own business, as originally adopted on July 16, 2010 and amended from time to time.

  • MERS Procedures Manual The MERS Procedures Manual, as it may be amended, supplemented or otherwise modified from time to time.

  • Arbitrable Dispute means any dispute arising under or in connection with this Agreement.

  • Arbitration Tribunal means an organ composed of an odd number of persons known as arbitrators, who decide on the solution of a conflict in which the parties have expressly waived recourse to the ordinary civil courts

  • Procedures Manual means the standards and procedures manual described in Section 11.3.

  • Claims Procedure Order means the Order under the CCAA establishing a claims procedure in respect of the Applicant, as same may be further amended, restated or varied from time to time.