Unlike a transaction concluded at the end of the proceedings, in which the parties agree to settle their dispute before the proceedings are opened, there is no procedure that must be suspended or closed. Therefore, there is generally no obligation to incorporate the transaction in a judgment or order. The issues raised by the application of the terms of the comparison are therefore different. As of April 6, 2016, a police officer may fine an employer who has not paid the full (including interest) due either in a court order or in the case of a COT3 transaction. A police officer will issue a warning that a fine will be imposed if the amount owed is not paid within 28 days. If the amount due is not paid within this 28-day period, an arrest warrant is issued requiring the employer to pay a fine equal to 50% of the original premium to the Secretary of State. This amount is subject to a minimum of 100 USD and a maximum of 5,000 USD. If the employer pays within 14 days both the initial premium to the applicant and the fine to the Secretary of State, the fine is reduced by 50 per cent. It depends on the terms of the agreement. If the worker meets a precedent (which provides that payment is made only if certain conditions are met), the employer is entitled to withhold or claim compensation.
Under these conditions, the parties remain bound by the terms of the agreement and the worker would not be able, for example, to assert new rights at work against his employer. In other cases where the worker has violated a substantial agreement and has not yet received the money, the employer may either terminate the contract (in this case, no party would be related to it), or if the payment was made to the worker, you confirm it and bring an action for compensation or recovery of the sums paid. The purpose of a transaction contract is for the worker to waive all access rights.