dispute settlement definition

dispute settlement. ’ means dispute settlement in terms of Part 5 of Chapter 37 of the Customs Control Act;
dispute settlement means the Dispute Settlement Procedure between the Parties as set forth in article 8.4 of the Agreement.
dispute settlement. If it has not been specifically provided, GATT’s provision of dispute settlement will be applied to consultations and the settlement of disputes. This provision will not apply for a period of five years from the date of entry into force of the WTO agreement. During this period, the council for TRIPS will examine the scope and modalities for complaints.

Examples of dispute settlement in a sentence

  • No provision of this Agreement shall be interpreted to impose any obligation on a Party regarding its immigration measures, except as specifically identified in this Chapter, and Chapters 1 (Initial Provisions), Chapter 8 (Trade in Services), Chapter 13 (Transparency), Chapter 14 (Administration of the Agreement), Chapter 15 (Dispute Settlement), Chapter 16 (Exceptions) and Chapter 17 (Final Provisions).

  • If an investor invokes Article 133 (Expropriation) and Annex 9 (Expropriation) of this Chapter as the basis of a claim to arbitration according to Article 139 (Investor-State Dispute Settlement), the following procedure shall apply: The investor must first refer to the competent tax authorities described in subparagraph 7(c), at the time that it gives written notice of intent under Article 139 (Investor-State Dispute Settlement), the issue of whether the tax measure concerned involves an expropriation.

  • The provisions of Article 139 (Investor-State Dispute Settlement) apply with respect to paragraph 4 of this Article.

  • Contact points shall work jointly to develop agendas and make other preparations for the Free Trade Commission meetings and follow-up on the Free Trade Commission's decisions as appropriate; provide administrative support to the Panels established under Chapter 15 (Dispute Settlement) and address any other matter entrusted by the Free Trade Commission.

  • Only if, within 6 months of the referral, they do not reach an agreement that the measure does not involve an expropriation, or in case the competent tax authorities of the Parties fail to consult with each other, the investor may submit its claim to arbitration under Article 139 (Investor-State Dispute Settlement).

  • No Party may have recourse to Chapter 15 (Dispute Settlement) for any issue arising from or relating to this Chapter.

  • Where any disagreement arises, the parties shall follow the Dispute Settlement Procedure contained in this Agreement.

  • The arbitration shall be administered by Ventura Center for Dispute Settlement (VCDS) pursuant to its arbitration rules and procedures, if any.

  • The ASEAN Protocol on Enhanced Dispute Settlement Mechanism signed in Vientiane, Lao PDR on 29 November 2004, as amended, shall apply to the settlement of disputes concerning the interpretation or application of this Agreement.

  • Any issue that cannot be resolved shall be dealt with in accordance with the Dispute Settlement Procedure set out in this Agreement.

More Definitions of dispute settlement

dispute settlement. Any dispute arising out or in connection with this Agreement shall be settled through friendly negotiation between the Parties. If the negotiation fails, any Party shall have the right to refer the dispute to the Chaoyang District People’s Court in Beijing for being settled through a lawsuit.
dispute settlement shall have the meaning defined in Section 8.5(b) of the Agreement.
dispute settlement. All disputes arising out of or in connection with this Agreement, or in respect of any defined legal relationship associated with, or derived from, this Agreement, will be referred to and finally resolved by arbitration under the rules of the British Columbia International Commercial Arbitration Centre ("BCICAC"). There will be one arbitrator. The appointing authority is the BCICAC. The case will be administered by the BCICAC in accordance with its "Procedures for Cases under the BCICAC Rules". The place of arbitration is Vancouver, Canada. The language of the arbitration is English. If at the time a dispute arises, the BCICAC does not exist, the dispute shall be resolved by arbitration pursuant to the COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION ACT (BRITISH COLUMBIA).
dispute settlement. All disputes between the Parties arising out of or in connection with this Agreement shall be settled between the parties by discussion and mutual accord. If a mutual accord cannot be reached between the parties, both parties agree that the dispute shall be adjudicated by the court in the jurisdiction where the seller domiciles.

Related to dispute settlement

  • Dispute Date means, with respect to a Dispute, the date on which a Dispute Notice is effectively delivered by one party to the other party save that if, with respect to a Dispute, both parties deliver a Dispute Notice, the date on which the first in time of such notices is effectively delivered will be the Dispute Date. Each Dispute Notice will be effectively delivered if delivered in the manner agreed between the parties for the giving of notices in respect of this Agreement.

  • Settlement Notice has the meaning specified in Section 14.02(a)(iii).

  • Dispute Notice means a written notice served by one Party on the other stating that the Party serving the notice believes that there is a Dispute;

  • Billing Dispute means the dispute of an invoice prepared by an Operator to the Other Operator which is made in good faith.

  • 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.

  • Settlement Price means the agreed upon price at which to purchase and sell a specified type and quantity of a commodity.

  • Settlement Cycle means the period of Clearance System Business Days following a transaction on the Relevant Exchange in the Underlying, during which period settlement will customarily take place according to the rules of such Relevant Exchange.

  • Gross Settlement Amount means $633,000.00 which is the total amount Defendant agrees to pay under the Settlement except as provided in Paragraph 9 below. The Gross Settlement Amount will be used to pay Individual Class Payments, Individual PAGA Payments, the LWDA PAGA Payment, Class Counsel Fees, Class Counsel Expenses, Class Representative Service Payment and the Administrator’s Expenses.