If you have not responded to the applicant because you are unable to pay the disputed amount, you should negotiate to agree on appropriate payment terms. If you accept that it is your responsibility to resolve the dispute, consider how to establish a payment plan to transfer money to the applicant over time. Talk to the applicant and negotiate the terms of payment that you can meet. Try to arrange payment terms that reflect your ability to pay. There is a good reason to heal a message, because sometimes believing that it or not the check is really in the mail or has been lost. This gives the accused, who acted in good faith, the opportunity to express his word and respect the terms of the agreement. The judge can then order the transaction contract. By ordering the agreement, it becomes a court order, which will be fulfilled by both parties if the conditions are not met. You may have received a letter of requirement explaining the conditions the applicant wished to have to resolve the dispute. Read the terms of the letter to see if you are ready and able to comply. You may need legal advice. If you can now charge yourself based on the conditions in the necessity letter, you will probably be able to save time and expense to go to court.
If you think you can negotiate a transaction, contact the applicant as soon as possible. If you reach an agreement, you should write it down, which clearly indicates to both parties and confirms that you both agree on the terms. If you are thinking of suing someone, you can start immediately and file an application. The lack of evidence in the case is usually due to a lack of preparation or experience in the courts. Small compensation cases also fail because the claimants do not understand the statutes which, in one case, often absolve the defendant of liability. Often, court staff or volunteer mediators can help you prepare a transaction contract. If you decide to settle the matter, you will spend some time preparing the transaction contract. A poorly crafted agreement is worse than no agreement. Like all agreements you make, the agreement that ends your case without trial should make it clear what will happen if one of the parties does not respect the terms of the agreement. For example, a transaction may be the best option for both parties, but a judge still has to accept any transaction approved by the parties.
Both parties should appear in court on the return date to ensure that the transaction contract is filed with the judge.