In practice, the parties can enter into a large number of negotiation agreements. Both counsel and the Court of Arbitration should carefully review the documents to determine whether a transaction contract can be transformed into an effective approval decision and protect the rights and interests of the parties in extreme cases. A conciliation agreement is an agreement drawn up by a conciliator when he sees that there is a possibility of amicable compromise between the parties. A conciliator helps the parties settle disputes between them amicably. The Court of Appeal was cautious in distinguishing this particular type of fact from cases where an agreement is reached during an arbitration proceeding and is reflected in an approval decision. According to the Tribunal, the timing of the transaction was critical in determining whether the resulting document fell within the New York Convention. 46 To complete the picture, the ex ante probability is that a contract without an arbitration clause will not create litigation, which is a highly desirable outcome. is rather the part of the contracts with a compromise clause that remains inactive. In this case, the cost of including a compromise clause was wasted because of the absence of litigation.
Finally, the part of the contracts is with a compromise clause in case of dispute and arbitration. It also gives the actual arbitration rate which, it is easy to see, varies in the same way as the probability of a contract including a compromise clause. It is remarkable that the arbitration rate increases the likelihood of litigation, because there are more contracts with a compromise clause and more of them will indeed generate a dispute. This runs counter to our previous findings regarding ex ante disputes and comparative rates, for which the final impact was unclear. Only the agreement, which was concluded in accordance with the established form and modalities and which was duly authenticated in accordance with Section 73, can be assigned to the status of a transaction agreement within the meaning of the law. 1 Access to justice is a problem for policy makers and a nightmare for litigation.  Existing literature focuses on disputes against out-of-court settlement of disputes (adr) without explaining the choice of parties between different methods. 2] In this document, we distinguish between two ways to avoid disputes between the parties: arbitration clauses and settlement.
Arbitration clauses are contained in a contract before a dispute erupts, while transaction agreements are reached as a result of a dispute.  Under what conditions do the parties prefer to commit ex ante, rather than ex post, to adopt an out-of-court dispute resolution method? While the conclusions do more, it should be clear from the outset that the terms «compromise clause» are used to refer to an ex ante and ex-post dispute resolution mechanism, including, for example, liquidated damages or renegotiation. He adds: «It is well established that a legal fiction cannot be extended beyond the purpose for which it is created. Section 74 of the Act creates a legal fiction to impose the status and effect of a Section 73 transaction agreement for attribution. The objective is clearly to allow the application of such agreements as an arbitral award without further adjudication procedure. Legal fiction cannot be extended to other statutes. «It is clear from the legal provisions above that a conciliator is a person intended to assist the parties in resolving their disputes.»