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    The question here is to what extent the language of the above clause helps the parties resolve their differences. Indeed, by mutual agreement, any effort can be made for a judicious and healthy consultation process, regardless of the real usefulness of this effort. Paul Kendall says: “Good healthy communication is not possible without openness, honesty and vulnerability.” But sometimes, one might say, it is not healthy to be very open, because the flaws that are shared to support a possible solution can be exploited against us if the test does not succeed. Accordingly, when a party ignores any REL clause in an agreement and goes directly to a formal procedure, the aggrieved party has been forced to force it to take a break. Problems arise when a party, even if an REL clause may exist in an agreement, decides to go directly to a formal procedure and terminate any agreed resolution phase, and the aggrieved party must consider whether it can impose an REL clause as a precedent. By mutual agreement, relationships or agreements (including court proceedings, such as divorces) are used, with a meaning that ranges from simply “non-contentious, consensual” to “quite friendly”. On the other hand, the similar term is particularly used to be “pleasant, endearing” as a “friendly smile”. [1] A final warning from Anzen Ltd/Hermes One Ltd [2016] in which a shareholders` agreement stipulated that each party could “submit a dispute to arbitration”. Their Lordships held that clauses that deprive a party of the right to litigation should be clearly articulated and that there is a clear linguistic difference between a promise to bring disputes to arbitration and a provision agreed by both parties that each party can submit a dispute to arbitration. Conciliation, conciliation, mediation and transaction are among the alternative means of resolving conflicts; however, they do not have the same scope.

    The ACCORD is the agreement by which two parties to the dispute settle their dispute (either through a transaction or by unilateral or reciprocal abandonment of a claim), the settlement of the dispute is not the result of a legal decision (or arbitrator), but of an agreement between the parties themselves. Conciliation can only be considered in uncontested cases and in the absence of an agreement or an attempt to reach an agreement. Conciliation can take place either between the parties or with the help of a third party. The Code of Civil Procedure states that it is “the responsibility of the judge to reconcile the parties” (art.