meaning of AMICABLE SUIT

AMICABLE SUIT meaning in Law Dictionary

the language "arbitration" and "amicable lawsuit," used in, an obligation or contract between events, are not convertible terms. The former carries with-it the thought of settlement by disinterested 3rd parties, and also the latter by an amiable distribution associated with points in dispute to a judicial tribunal is determined prior to the kinds of legislation. Thompson v. Moulton, 20 La. Ann. 535.