VOLUME I - ISSUE III

Personal Diary

AN OVERVIEW OF INDIAN COURTS HELPING HAND: ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

 By: -Tusharika Singh Gaharvar, 4 th year B.A. LL.B. (Hons); student of Amity University

Received: May 7, 2021; Accepted: 2nd June, 2021; Double Peer Reviewed: August 2021.

ABSTRACT

Conflict is a critical part of life. We cannot say whether it’s always appropriate or not . However, what's considerable is how capable we are of taking it under control . Negotiation strategies are frequently used for resolving warfare and are taken into consideration as a fundamental method for resolving the dispute for years.
The ADR(Alternative Dispute Resolution) mechanism relates to an exchange of ways to settle disputes or conflicts which an individual or company entity would possibly encounter. It is extra powerful whilst the everyday negotiation manner is not able to provide remedy for the dispute. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is an opportunity for the Recognized Legal System. It is an alternative to litigation. As the courts in India are overburdened with the instances of litigation pending in courts. There changes into a want for ADR because of the dissatisfaction of people in litigation which follows the conventional rule of settling of disputes which takes a long time to settle. Under ADR all varieties of disputes like - civil, commercial, commercial and family, etc., are resolved, in some instances wherein humans aren't capable of beginning any form of negotiation and are not able to reach any settlement. Generally, ADR makes use of an impartial person which enables the parties to communicate, speak the variations, and remedy the dispute. It is a technique that allows people and organizations to hold co-operation, social order and gives a possibility to lessen hostility. 

Recommended Citation:
 

Tusharika Singh Gaharvar "AN OVERVIEW OF INDIAN COURTS HELPING HAND: ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION", JULS Vol. 1(III), pp. 274-282 (2021), https://www.uniquelaw.in/an-overview-of-indian-courts-helping-hand-alternative-dispute-resolution

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Publication Month and Year: September, 2021