The arbitrator shall establish the terms of the settlement agreement on the basis of his findings during the conciliation proceedings as well as on the basis of the written statements and written evidence of the parties. If necessary, it will then be forwarded to the parties for comments and, if necessary, a newly formulated settlement agreement will be drawn up on the basis of these comments.1 Although the form of the offer must comply with the requirements of BAUPVO 36, the supplier still has room for manoeuvre with regard to the type of offer. As stated in subsection 36.2(2) of the CPP, nothing in section 36 of the CPP prevents a party from making an offer of settlement in the manner it chooses, provided that it is in accordance with section 36.5 of the CPP. This means that an offer can be made on non-monetary terms or for zero damages, provided that it is an actual offer to resolve the dispute. The assertion that the settlement agreement is not sufficiently stamped is not convincing. . . .