Definitions for "Dispute"
To contend in argument; to argue against something maintained, upheld, or claimed, by another; to discuss; to reason; to debate; to altercate; to wrangle.
To make a subject of disputation; to argue pro and con; to discuss.
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.
The process of submitting a request to the credit bureaus to have an error on your credit report corrected. Disputes are investigated and updates made to your credit report over a 30 day period. If your correction is made, you will receive a letter from the credit bureaus and a copy of your updated credit report. If your dispute is rejected, you will receive a letter explaining why the credit bureau could not verify the correction.
Recheck, initiated by the client, of a completed First American flood zone determination. See also, Compliance.
To question the accuracy of information on a credit report. Disputes may now be effectively resolved online by notifying Equifax.
an unresolved complaint
A timely complaint filed by a contractor disagreeing with a decision made by an authorized government official regarding the contract. ()
A complaint that the utility and the customer have not been able to resolve between themselves, often including, but not limited to, a utilityÂ's action, including credit issues, deposit requirements, the accuracy of amounts billed or the proper party to be charged.
Keywords:  dissolution
Where a customer, having received an explanation, still does not agree with the decision
General term to designate a dispute, objection, or appeal to the Minister made by or on behalf of a client, related to a CRA decision.
a polemical exchange which also seems to have as its object a well-defined divergence
The formal submission of details regarding an unsuccessful transaction for the purpose of arriving at an equitable resolution. Two examples are the failure to pay or when an item is not received.
Keywords:  fcra, outlined, formal, process
a formal process outlined in the FCRA
a "felt grievance by a party capable of waging war that, in its eyes, demands some more tolerable accommodation with another party than presently exists
Keywords:  heal, wound, effort, expect, union
a wound to the trade union movement and you would expect that every effort would be made by the union to heal the wound
Keywords:  resort, last, option, first, your
a last resort, not your first option
A process you can request to review unauthorized charges for removal from your account.