To oppose by argument or assertion; to attempt to overthrow; to controvert; to express dissent or opposition to; to call in question; to deny the truth or validity of; as, to dispute assertions or arguments
To question the accuracy of information in a credit report If a consumer questions the information on his or her file, then TransUnion is obligated to recheck the disputed information with the creditor or organization that reported it, record the current status, and correct any error
a disagreement or argument about something important; "he had a dispute with his wife"; "there were irreconcilable differences"; "the familiar conflict between Republicans and Democrats"
A process you can request to review unauthorized charges for removal from your account
have a disagreement over something; "We quarreled over the question as to who discovered America"; "These tewo fellows are always scrapping over something"
The arguments, disagreements and fights that take place between people who are experiencing a conflict
coming into conflict with a disagreement or argument about something important; "he had a dispute with his wife"; "there were irreconcilable differences"; "the familiar conflict between Republicans and Democrats
When people dispute something, they fight for control or ownership of it. You can also say that one group of people dispute something with another group. Russia and Ukraine have been disputing the ownership of the fleet Fishermen from Bristol disputed fishing rights with the Danes. a disputed border region
To contend in argument; to argue against something maintained, upheld, or claimed, by another; to discuss; to reason; to debate; to altercate; to wrangle
For the purposes of this document, a dispute is a written response that a carrier may file with the Registrar within 30 days of notice of a proposed carrier safety rating
A dispute is something you disagree with If you dispute an item on your credit report, the credit bureau must investigate it to determine the validity of the reporting If you dispute a debt within a bankruptcy, the creditor may be called to substantiate their debt to the bankruptcy Judge, through contracts or other paperwork
To question the accuracy of information on a credit report Disputes may now be effectively resolved online by notifying Equifax
If you dispute a fact, statement, or theory, you say that it is incorrect or untrue. He disputed the allegations Nobody disputed that Davey was clever Some economists disputed whether consumer spending is as strong as the figures suggest
If two or more people or groups are in dispute, they are arguing or disagreeing about something. The two countries are in dispute over the boundaries of their coastal waters
A quarrel over a divisive issue such as territory, borders, resources, ideology, etc with no military aspect The sides are in disagreement but force is not being considered Phase 1 of the MIT Model
Credit and charge card bills are governed, in the United States, by the Fair Credit Billing Act, which is included in the Truth in Lending Act (see Truth in Lending Act) If you think your bill is wrong, write to your card issuer at the address listed on your statement You must write no later than 60 days after receiving the first statement where the error appeared The card issuer must acknowledge your letter within 30 days, and correct the error or explain why it thinks the statement was correct, within two billing cycles (but in no event later than 90 days) after receipt of your letter You do not have to pay the amount in question while it is being investigated, but you must pay the rest of your bill
A business or group that provides alternative dispute resolution services such as conciliation, mediation, arbitration, or negotiation, sometimes as a private alternative to public judicial courts and litigation
The China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Committee (CIETAC) has been designated by CNNIC as the dispute resolution organization .
(Kanun) "Disputes of interest", is where the conflict may be a matter of opinion, such as where a person or group is entitled to some resources or privileges (such as access to property, better working conditions, etc). Because there is no established law or right, a dispute of interest will usually be solved through collective bargaining or negotiation
(Kanun) "Disputes of right", is where people or groups are entitled by law, by contract, by previous agreement or by established practice to certain rights. Disputes of right will focus on conflict issues such as employment contracts, legally enforceable matters or unilateral changes in accepted or customary practices. A dispute of rights is, therefore, usually settled by legal decision or arbitration and not by negotiation
A disagreement whereby one of the parties has not broken any laws, but has wronged the other party in one way or another. An example of a civil dispute would be if an employee has been injured at work and seeks compensation for their injuries
A territorial dispute is a disagreement over the possession/control of land between two or more states, or over the possession or control of land by one state after it has conquered it from a former state no longer currently recognized by the occupying power
Dispute between the U.S. and Britain (and Canada) over the international status of the Bering Sea. In an attempt to control seal hunting off the Alaskan coast, the U.S. in 1881 claimed authority over the Bering Sea and the right to seize sealing vessels. When several Canadian ships were seized in the late 1880s, Britain protested the U.S. claim. An agreement in 1891 permitted both countries to police the area. In 1893 an international tribunal determined that the area was part of the high seas and that no nation had jurisdiction over it
Post-World War I dispute over sovereignty of the former German Prussian territory of Memelland. Located on the Baltic Sea north of the Memel River, the area was mainly inhabited by Lithuanians. In 1919 at the Paris Peace Conference, the newly formed state of Lithuania requested annexation of the area. A commission recommended formation of a free state, but Lithuanian inhabitants of the region took over the government in 1923. Protests by the Allied Powers resulted in the signing of the Memel Statute to establish Memelland as an autonomous region within Lithuania
Conflict between Poland and Lithuania over possession of the city of Vilnius. After World War I, the new Lithuanian government established itself at Vilnius. It was forced out by Soviet forces in 1919, and the city was then occupied by Polish forces (1919) and again by the Soviets, which ceded it to Lithuania in 1920. An armistice was arranged by the League of Nations, but Poland took Vilnius in 1920 and controlled the city and its surrounding region until they were restored to Lithuania in 1939
[ di-spyüt ] (verb.) 13th century. From Middle English disputen Old French desputer (French disputer) Latin disputare (“to dispute, discuss, examine, compute, estimate”) dis- (“apart”) + putare (“to reckon, consider, think, originally make clean, clear up”), related to purus (“pure”). Compare compute, count, impute, repute, amputate, etc.
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