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He said 'The present administration met the contract at 68 percent completion and a lawsuit which we immediately entered into and settle amicably out of court.
'My legal teams had met with his representatives in an attempt to settle amicably, but in straight forward language-cumare bears sila.
'Those outside are quick to draw up negative conclusion over certain issues that we may internally settle amicably,' he told Malay Mail today.
It is fair to say that in most cases they settle amicably.
If they don't ( settle amicably), I will have to pass an order after Wednesday," former Additional Solicitor General Amarendra Sharan told PTI.
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." The document bears striking resemblance to the settlement contracts that squatters make throughout the Third World today.
EMC says HP wouldn't settle amicably so it went to court.
"After almost an hour of arguing at the guard's station, the three decided to settle amicably," Policar told INQUIRER.net.