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Article 12 of the Convention states clearly that in any dispute the parties will endeavour to settle amicably.
It is fair to say that in most cases they settle amicably.
It depends a lot on whether they are still speaking to each other and can settle amicably.
There are contracts that aren't perfect but nine out of 10 we settle amicably.
The Government says negotiation must be tried before the complaints procedure is invoked and only if they can't settle amicably can they turn to the council.
and the Fujisankei media group to hold discussions to try to settle amicably their takeover battle for control of Nippon Broadcasting System Inc.
And whereas there may be persons disposed to interfere with our rights, and thus create distrust, excitement, and alarm; Therefore it is Resolved, that in our case there is safety, only in Union--and a determination to settle amicably any disputes amongst us, to reciprocate concessions, and avoid every thing, that may have a tendency to create distrust and excitement--to abide explicitly by the wards of the several committees, and defend them in the discharge of the duties assigned to them.
EMC says HP wouldn't settle amicably so it went to court.
This takes away the incentive to bluff and gives an incentive to settle amicably.
We are pleased to settle amicably with the three defendants, thereby concluding all outstanding litigation.
Norsk Hydro and the European Commission have agreed to settle amicably the dispute related to the previous marketing of gas from the Norwegian continental shelf through the Gas Negotiation Committee (GFU).