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What is meant by amicable settlement ?

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Asked by Sharma, 21 Mar '13 04:00 pm
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An amicable settlement shall be agreed upon by the Parties hereto as to the relief of their obligations and responsibilities under the Contract. During such period of suspension, the Consultant shall minimize any unnecessary expenses and the Client may exercise its right to cause termination of the Contract. The Consultant shall indemnify the Client in respect of all loss, damage, and expense resulting from any physical injuries or death arising from or related to such Force Majeure.
Answered by vedprakash sharma, 21 Mar '13 06:19 pm

 
  
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Which has gone smooth with agreement
Answered by Quest, 21 Mar '13 10:15 pm

 
  
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An amicable settlement of a dispute is a settlement that satisfies both the parties. When two persons have friendly relations and are polite to each other, they have amicable relations. Irritable people cannot have amicable relations with others. When the relations between two persons are amicable, there can be no quarrels or even arguments between them. An amicable settlement excludes the delay and the expenses of a court settlement.
Answered by anil garg, 21 Mar '13 06:39 pm

 
  
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Without invovement of court and putting much prerssure to arrive a a mutual settlement is amicable one
Answered by Om Shrivastava, 21 Mar '13 04:27 pm

 
  
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Amicable implies being well disposed; amiable is acting well disposed and is commonly applied only to peoplethough sometimes it is used for occasions, while amicable is not applied to people at all but to human interactions and their outcomes. Amiable first meant "kind" or "lovely, lovable," and amicable first applied to things and meant "pleasant, benign."
Answered by jameel ahmed, 21 Mar '13 04:08 pm

 
  
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Both agree on all the terms and conditions and accept the verdict mutually
Answered by Manoj M, 21 Mar '13 04:01 pm

 
  
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