The transaction contract is a legal contract between you and your employer – you both have to comply. Your employer may want you to have the confidentiality of the agreement. Your employer will discuss with you what should be in the agreement, either face to face or in writing. It listed the court bodies of the time as the Royal Institute of British Architecture, Building Employers Confederation (formerly NFBTE, then Construction Confederation),  the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the Association of Consulting Engineers, the British Property Federation and the Scottish Building Contract Committee with two subcontractor organisations – the Association of Half-Timber Associations and Specialist Contractors) – and three municipal associations – , municipalities and borough councils. The Geneva Court of Arbitration found that the principle of good faith in Belgian law requires that the option to purchase the original charter part be included in the charter extension agreement. Therefore, the shipowner is not entitled to exercise the initial option to purchase. The shipowner challenged the award in the Swiss Supreme Court on the grounds that the Court of Arbitration: If you do not want to negotiate with your employer, you can instead go to an employment tribunal. To do this, you need to engage in an early conciliation. Conciliation is a more structured process in which a conciliator helps parties identify contentious issues, develop options, explore alternatives and seek agreement. The conciliator is not firm, but helps the parties reach an agreement. This can be done by merging views, increasing options for an agreement, or consulting AAT processes, including costs and other non-legal consequences. If you have made a transaction during a trial and the court has put your right on hold for a specified period of time (“stays”), the court may request that your claim be resuscitated if your employer does not fulfill its part of the agreement within that time.