out-of-court settlement


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Noun1.out-of-court settlement - resolution of a dispute prior to the rendering of a final decision by the trial court
settlement - a conclusive resolution of a matter and disposition of it
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Binani group is hoping to get a favorable outcome from the apex court that will empower the CoC to consent to an out-of-court settlement even after Dalmia Bharat's final voted offer had been submitted before the NCLT, Binani and lenders sources said.
Awana, however, told Justice Saidu that his client had opted for an out-of-court settlement with the EFCC.
Meanwhile, no out-of-court settlement would be possible if a suspect was facing prosecution in multiple related cases.
LAHORE -- A female schoolteacher of a small village in Kharian refused to make out-of-court settlement with her tormentor who uploaded her objectionable pictures on her Facebook account.
Summary: Singh lured the teenager away from the court by offering him an out-of-court settlement, before tying him to a tree and cutting off both his hands
London, June 19 ( ANI ): Apple has decided to go for an out-of-court settlement in an e-book price-fixing case.
CARSON YEUNG'S bitter b at t l e w i t h f o r m e r Birmingham owners David Sullivan and David Gold is over after an out-of-court settlement.
She was due to meet her former bosses in court this month - but at the 11th hour, she accepted an out-of-court settlement.
MICHAEL Jackson's planned appearance at the High Court today was cancelled after he reached an out-of-court settlement last night with an Arab sheikh who was suing him for pounds 4.7 million.
John Lewis, 32, was given the money in an out-of-court settlement by Islington Borough Council, north London, a spokeswoman said.
Meanwhile, Chelsea have agreed to pay former player Enrique De Lucas an astonishing pounds 3million in an out-of-court settlement.
The diocese of Quebec has reached an out-of-court settlement with a Quebec businessman, Barry Husk, who sued the diocese, Archbishop Bruce Stavert, and others in 2000, alleging irregularities in diocesan finances.