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When it comes to drafting contracts, the parties often do not like to think about what will happen at the end, especially if the end occurs as a result of an argument. However, well-developed contractual arrangements for the management of termination and exit can help ensure a smooth transition at the end of the contract and avoid costly and time-consuming litigation. In the mediation process, which is regularly highlighted and often implemented, agreed issues are turned into a document if the parties agree, and this document is signed by the parties and the mediator. By amending the LTDA by the act number 7036 on 12.10.2017, it is stipulated that if the parties reach an agreement at the end of the mediation, the parties will not file an appeal on the issues that have been resolved. As a result, the treaty document became a legally binding document. In addition, the amendment to the LMPD also stipulates that the contractual document signed by the Ombudsman and the parties and their lawyers is a document considered a judgment without seeking an enforcement request. It is therefore intended that the contractual document may be considered a judgment without application in court. In addition to the termination rights provided in the contract, there are also common mechanisms for terminating or carrying out a contractual relationship. In addition, if an agreement is reached at the end of mediation, the law requires that the parties not be able to bring an action on the agreed subjects. The Court of Appeal recognized that all repeated offences could have the right to terminate, even if they would not do so on their own, although the application of this approach will vary depending on the nature of the contract in question. You may have had a long controversy with another company.

B on debt collection. An impartial third party can sometimes help resolve disputes when the parties themselves feel that a deadlock has been reached. In this context, it is often worth including a provision requiring the parties to resolve their dispute through mediation. However, the path to escalating conflicts should not be too stratay and the deadlines should be relatively short, because if a party does not intend to solve the problem, the decision of a long escalation process will result in unnecessary delays in obtaining restitution. As there is no decision maker in the mediation process, no “decision” is made at the end of the process. The parties end their dispute or not with an agreement. In the event that the parties reach an agreement at the end of the mediation, the scope of the agreement reached will be determined by the parties and an agreement (called by the law “document of agreement”) will be prepared.