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Breach, Default and Dispute

An MRA party is in breach or default of the MRA when it is not compliant with the provisions or obligations within the agreement.

MEC should be notified when a party detects what it believes to be a breach on the part of another party that it has been unable to resolve directly through contact with the MRA Contract Managers.

Where MEC determines that a breach should be remedied within 20 Working Days, a party should comply or it will be in Default.

A Default occurs where:

  • A party has been notified of a breach yet fails to remedy the matter within a set timescale; or
  • A party continues a route of non-compliance against the Conditions Precedent set out in the MRA.

Gemserv supports MEC in verifying and investigating any breach notification that is received and by providing factual information and any supporting material to ensure MEC is fully informed.

MEC will produce a case study of completed breach investigations providing a factual overview of any MEC determinations and any subsequent action taken by either MEC or the MRA Parties involved.

Disputes

The MRA (Clause 40) provides procedures to resolve any Dispute between MRA Parties. Gemserv provides an independent chairman for the Disputes Committee as well as managing the industry agreed processes (as outlined in MAP 01).

Downloads

Documents can be downloaded using the links below:

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