Resolving Commercial Disputes

Disputes over goods and services provided - or not provided - are extremely common across many industries. Minor disputes over warranty claims can quickly escalate when a party disputes the debt claim, and on the basis that an agreement hasn't been fully honored, withholds a payment. Recovering debts from businesses who have genuine reason to dispute the debt claim can be a difficult and costly undertaking with no guarantee of success. Resolving the dispute outside of the courts - either through direct negotiation or by engaging an external commercial dispute resolution agent - may well achieve a more favourable outcome for all parties to the dispute.

Options for Resolving Debt Related Business Disputes

Assume your customer is withholding a payment, and when pressed to pay, they claim that due to a breach of contract, an error in work supplied, or some other factor, you have no right to the final payment. Essentially you now have 4 options:

1. Accept their claim, and write off the debt
2. Reject their claim and continue to pressure them to pay
3. Sue the debtor, and hope that you'll succeed in recovering the unpaid amount
4. Negotiate with the debtor, either directly, or via a third party.

Small business dispute resolution is a genuine smart alternative, and in many cases will achieve a better outcome for everyone.

We do not provide advice on legal matters, however we do offer an alternative to costly legal proceedings - commercial dispute resolution. A business dispute resolution procedure focuses on achieving an outcome which all parties involved consider to be acceptable.

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Resolving Commercial Disputes

Disputes over goods and services provided - or not provided - are extremely common across many industries. Minor disputes over warranty claims can quickly escalate when a party disputes the debt claim, and on the basis that an agreement hasn't been fully honored, withholds a payment. Recovering debts from businesses who have genuine reason to dispute the debt claim can be a difficult and costly undertaking with no guarantee of success. Resolving the dispute outside of the courts - either through direct negotiation or by engaging an external commercial dispute resolution agent - may well achieve a more favourable outcome for all parties to the dispute.

Options for Resolving Debt Related Business Disputes

Assume your customer is withholding a payment, and when pressed to pay, they claim that due to a breach of contract, an error in work supplied, or some other factor, you have no right to the final payment. Essentially you now have 4 options:

1. Accept their claim, and write off the debt
2. Reject their claim and continue to pressure them to pay
3. Sue the debtor, and hope that you'll succeed in recovering the unpaid amount
4. Negotiate with the debtor, either directly, or via a third party.

Small business dispute resolution is a genuine smart alternative, and in many cases will achieve a better outcome for everyone.

We do not provide advice on legal matters, however we do offer an alternative to costly legal proceedings - commercial dispute resolution. A business dispute resolution procedure focuses on achieving an outcome which all parties involved consider to be acceptable.

Resolving Commercial Disputes

Disputes over goods and services provided - or not provided - are extremely common across many industries. Minor disputes over warranty claims can quickly escalate when a party disputes the debt claim, and on the basis that an agreement hasn't been fully honored, withholds a payment. Recovering debts from businesses who have genuine reason to dispute the debt claim can be a difficult and costly undertaking with no guarantee of success. Resolving the dispute outside of the courts - either through direct negotiation or by engaging an external commercial dispute resolution agent - may well achieve a more favourable outcome for all parties to the dispute.

Options for Resolving Debt Related Business Disputes

Assume your customer is withholding a payment, and when pressed to pay, they claim that due to a breach of contract, an error in work supplied, or some other factor, you have no right to the final payment. Essentially you now have 4 options:

1. Accept their claim, and write off the debt
2. Reject their claim and continue to pressure them to pay
3. Sue the debtor, and hope that you'll succeed in recovering the unpaid amount
4. Negotiate with the debtor, either directly, or via a third party.

Small business dispute resolution is a genuine smart alternative, and in many cases will achieve a better outcome for everyone.

We do not provide advice on legal matters, however we do offer an alternative to costly legal proceedings - commercial dispute resolution. A business dispute resolution procedure focuses on achieving an outcome which all parties involved consider to be acceptable.

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