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In which cases can a dispute be terminated?

A dispute will be terminated in the following cases:

    • An individual claimant or defendant is deceased without any heir to their rights and obligations;
    • An organizational claimant or defendant has terminated its operations, gone bankrupt, or has been dissolved, consolidated, merged, divided, separated or reorganized without any agency or organization assuming its rights and obligations;
    • A claimant withdraws their petition or is regarded as having withdrawn their petition, unless the defendant requests that the settlement of the dispute be continued;
    • The parties mutually agree to end the dispute settlement proceedings;
    • A court has determined that the dispute is beyond the tribunal’s jurisdiction; or there is no arbitration agreement; or the arbitration agreement is invalid or unenforceable.

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