Decisions on objection are based on the evidence you provided, taking into consideration the applicable laws and standards in place.
In certain situations, you may be able to enter into an agreement. The agreement may be proposed by the objections officer or by you (or your representative).
Both sides must be willing to make compromises. Note, however, that you have to waive your right to file an appeal with the court, and the agreement is not intended as a way of reaching a compromise in respect of an outstanding debt. The agreement settles the dispute so it will not have to be brought before the court. The objections officer will prepare an official document, which has to be signed by the parties involved.
If the negotiations do not lead to an agreement, the objections officer will make the decision on opposition taking into account any changes that have been admitted that were not covered by the agreement. You can file an appeal with the court.