No dispute that multiple people died.”
However, the dispute has only just begun.
In the case of an authorship dispute, the journal will not arbitrate.
“Dispute” will be given the broadest possible meaning allowable under law.
Both parties must use reasonable efforts to attempt to resolve the dispute.
Stated somewhat loosely, the mereological dispute is between the following views:
The dispute had begun about 100 years earlier, when the channel of the Rio Grande shifted.
Matters are further complicated by America's reluctance to become a mediator in the dispute.
Each dispute is presented in terms of the second, dependence, frame (i.e Intellectualism vs.
…source of long-standing dispute between England and France until 1953, when the International Court of Justice confirmed British sovereignty.
Additionally, you or The Economist may take the dispute to small claims court if the dispute qualifies for small claims court.
Each side of the dispute can translate the others claims into his own language to see that both are speaking truly, and that the dispute is merely verbal.
…Sea Dispute, dispute between the United States, on the one hand, and Great Britain and Canada, on the other, over the international status of the Bering Sea.
In the event of a dispute arising from working with the BBC the external supplier shall refer the dispute to their local point of contact in the first instance.
If the dispute goes deeper, the Supreme Court would likely avoid getting involved, because it's a dispute between the other two branches about their respective claims to constitutional powers.
That's when you dispute a charge, the credit card company investigates, and you don't have to pay for it until the investigation is finished — if your dispute is legitimate, the charge will be waived on your statement.
With the exception of any of the language above in this Dispute Resolution provision relating to the waiver of class and representative actions, if a court decides that any part of this Dispute Resolution provision is invalid or unenforceable, the other parts of this Dispute Resolution provision shall still apply.
If, in any dispute, the arbitration provision is determined to be invalid or unenforceable, notwithstanding the Severability provision above, or null and void by any arbitrator or court of competent jurisdiction, or if the dispute seeks injunctive remedies arising from a violation of your or The Economist’s intellectual property rights, the dispute shall be resolved by a state or federal court in New York.
(i) Where a dispute is not resolved by negotiation within 30 (thirty) calendar days of either Party having raised a dispute, either Party may refer the dispute for resolution by way of Arbitration, by a single arbitrator to be selected by agreement between the Parties within the 15 (fifteen) days of the filing of demand for arbitration, failing agreement, by the President (at the time of the dispute) of the Arbitration Foundation of Southern Africa (AFSA).
- a disagreement or argument about something important
Example: he had a dispute with his wife
- take exception to
- coming into conflict with
- have a disagreement over something
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