Agreement To Agree

5 A provision is therefore not impracticable solely because it requires a broader agreement of the parties where the courts can resolve the uncertainty, for example: the use of the word `option`, In other words, unlike an obligation to provide services, a right has not helped the applicant, as it is still too uncertain to be applied. The Court of Appeal also held that the word « reasonably » was used to impose how the parties must reach an agreement, not to compel them to agree on a reasonable period of time. Moreover, the factors identified by the applicant as aid to the Tribunal in the assessment of the period were economic factors which the parties, and not the Court, had to take into account in their negotiations.