Disputes

A dispute is defined by the Oxford dictionary as an argument or disagreement between individuals or groups. A disagreement may break out for any reason. Between a lender and a borrower, landlord and tenant, parents and children, spouses. Or even countries. Over territorial rights, terms of agreement, social behavior, aspirations, the next meal, anything. Disagreement….Read More

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Agree to Disagree

“Agree to disagree” is a phrase used in terms of resolution of conflict, when both the parties accept that there is no point in continuing the quarrel, for the opinions might not change. Arguments occur all the time. Yes, two individuals can have two very different opinions, that cannot be changed by mere convincing. But,….Read More

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