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31. Following a written notification to the parties to the arbitration proceeding within a fortnight of receiving a notification in paragraph 28 or a copy of a written agreement covered in paragraph 30, a party not directly involved in the dispute is authorized and, as a party to the arbitration, it adds to that disagreement whether or not it has participated in joint negotiations or a necessary facilitated process. 20. Within a fortnight of the end of the joint negotiations that have not resolved the disputes, a party directly involved in a dispute may request the opening of an facilitated process by sending a notification to the other parties. 4. Unless otherwise stated, the participating parties may agree to amend a procedural requirement contained in this chapter or in an appendix, as it applies to a particular disagreement. c. quickly identify differences of opinion and resolve them as quickly and cheaply as possible; and 24. Within thirty days of notification of a notice referred to in paragraph 20, the parties directly involved in the dispute will endeavour to agree on one of the following procedures: 28. After the subsequent end of collaborative negotiations or a necessary facilitated process regarding a disagreement resulting from a provision in this agreement that an issue “is definitively decided by arbitration”, disagreement in the transmission of a notification by a party directly involved in the disagreement will be referred to all parties in accordance with Appendix M-6 , and will ultimately be resolved by arbitration in accordance with that annex.

17. A party not directly involved in the disputes may participate in the joint negotiations by indicating the other parties in writing, preferably before the start of the joint negotiations. 29. Following the subsequent interruption of the collaborative negotiations or a necessary facilitated process concerning a disagreement other than a disagreement referred to in paragraph 28 and with the written agreement of all parties directly involved in the dispute, the disagreement is referred to arbitration in accordance with Schedule M-6 and ultimately settled by arbitration. 9. There is nothing in this chapter that limits the application of a dispute resolution procedure after a general scope to a conflict or dispute involving a person if that conflict or dispute is not a disagreement. b. to obtain an injunction or injunction that is available by other means until disputes are resolved under this chapter.

a. the name of the party or parties directly involved in the dispute and a summary of the details of the disagreement; and 15. If a dispute is not resolved through informal discussions and a party directly involved in the dispute wishes to avail itself of this chapter, that party will send a written notification to the other parties requiring the opening of cooperation negotiations as soon as possible, as requested by Appendix M-1. 10. There is nothing in a general scope that limits the right of a contracting party to refer a dispute to this chapter. 39. A contracting party cannot initiate legal proceedings for disagreement if the disagreement ends: 16. Upon receipt of the notice in paragraph 15, a party directly involved in the dispute participates in the joint negotiations. d. resolve disputes in a non-contradictory, collaborative and informal atmosphere.

11. The contracting parties want and expect that most disputes will be resolved through informal discussions between or between the parties, without the need for this chapter. 13. Unless otherwise stated, no party may refer a dispute to the final assessment in Stage 3 without first going through the first step and to a process facilitated at Level 2, as required in this chapter.

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