Dispute refers to the arguments , disagreements and fights that take place between people who are experiencing a conflict.

See also:
"Dispute" is in the UNSPSC Code "92111501"
  Dispute mediation or conciliation or negotiation or settlement

Other /More definition:
Dispute refers to a situation when two (2) parties do not agree. Disputes refer to the arguments, disagreements and fights that take place between people who are experiencing a conflict.

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