WITH REGARD TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE APPROPRIATE PROVISIONS TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES OF THE REGIMES SET OUT IN PROTOCOL 3 AFTER THE UK`S WITHDRAWAL FROM THE EU 5. The reasonable period of time can be extended by mutual agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom. CONSIDERING that sovereign base lands should remain part of the EU`s customs territory after the UK`s withdrawal from the EU, the UK is still entitled to its share of the amounts recovered under the guarantees of the Member States and the balance of its contractual discussion account of the Member States. The UK`s share of this paragraph is proportional to its respective participation in each guarantee contract. 2. In the event of disagreement between the EU and the United Kingdom over the reasonable period of time to comply with the arbitration panel`s decision, the complainant asks in writing to the arbitration panel to stop the reasonable period of time within forty days of the respondent`s notification. This request is notified to the respondent at the same time. The arbitration panel notifies the EU and the United Kingdom of its decision on the deadline for compliance within 40 days of filing the application. CONSIDERING that the provisions in this Protocol should ensure the proper implementation and application of the relevant provisions of EU law with regard to the basic sovereign territories after the UK`s withdrawal from the EU, the implementation of an EIB strategy after exiting growth outside the scope of this article; Part 6 relates to the institutional provisions underlying the agreement and how to resolve VA disputes. The main changes to Part 6 of the March 2018 draft relate to disputes related to the agreement itself, which the Commission had originally proposed, should be resolved by the ECJ if they could not be resolved in the Joint Committee. Instead, the November draft proposes, in Article 170, that all disputes that are not settled in the Joint Committee be referred to an independent arbitration tribunal which will give a binding decision on the dispute. However, where litigation requires the interpretation of terms or provisions of EU law, Article 174 obliges the Tribunal to refer them to the ECJ in order to interpret in a binding manner those terms or provisions which the Tribunal must then apply.