Let's discuss charter party disputes.
The word “charter-party” is clear to commercial people.
What about the word “dispute”?
Construed in its context, it has been a source of debate over the years. As said:
Two men have an argument over who won the University Boat Race in a particular year. In ordinary language, they have a dispute over whether it was Oxford or Cambridge. The fact that it can be easily and immediately demonstrated beyond doubt that one is right and the other is wrong does not and cannot mean that that dispute did not in fact exist. Because one man can be said to be indisputably right and the other indisputably wrong does not, in my view, entail that there was therefore never any dispute between them.
-Saville J, 1990