However, other disputes may arise exclusively from users of goods who are not willing to comply with the terms of the agreement, regardless of their provisions. In both cases, the parties should define a procedure for the settlement of disputes and the application of the terms of an agreement, if necessary. In the event of a major dispute between neighbors about their common well, the owner who does not have a well on his land and no agreement to turn to has few possibilities. And without water, decisions must be made quickly. One possibility could be to drill again if government authorities and conditions allow. This cost could be in the thousands of dollars.