If the parties are unwilly or unwilly or unwild to reach another agreement, the court may bring an action for a contested hearing. However, if the Tribunal finds that the terms of the informal settlement agreement are fair, those terms are binding. This means that each party is entitled to a court order reflecting the agreement. If the parties are unable to reach an agreement, the forum for resolving their case will be a dispute, i.e. a trial. 3) Right of Recourse – If the contract survives as a separate contract, the other party, even if the judgment is changed by the court, may bring an action under contract law with a view to enforcing the contractual obligation and obtaining a cash judgment for the due and trying to recover it. However, when the contract is merged and the judgment is amended, the payer may not bring a separate action for the performance of the contract.