PES Contract Clauses > Dispute Resolution Example 2
SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES
If a dispute arises under this agreement, the parties will try to resolve it directly by discussion. If they are not able to do so, they shall submit the dispute to mediation under the terms of the [applicable mediation/arbitration law] before the [venue]. If the conflict is not resolved by mediation, the parties may seek redress in the courts of [venue city, where the Ministry is located], for which the Participant waives any objection to jurisdiction and venue.
In enforcing its rights under this agreement, the Ministry may pursue administrative, civil, or criminal penalties under the Constitution and applicable law.
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