Disputed negotiation

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In jurisprudence , the term disputed negotiation denotes the mutual dispute in the oral hearing in court, cf. Section 279 Code of Civil Procedure . The disputed negotiation is carried out after unsuccessful negotiation and submission of the adversarial applications. Usually this takes place in one appointment. The hearing in dispute should - if necessary - be followed by the taking of evidence .

In meetings in which no adversarial motions are made, for example because a party does not appear or because the claim is recognized , there is no contentious negotiation. In the first case, a default judgment can be issued, in the second case an acknowledgment judgment .