Dispute Resolution through Mediation: Theory and Cases
Jamia Millia Islamia, India.
Volume III – Issue II, 2021
Dispute resolution is an irreplaceable cycle for making public activity tranquil. Dispute resolution measure attempts to determine and check disputes, which empowers people and gathering to maintain harmony. It can thus be presumed that it is the sine qua non of public activity and security of the social order, without which it might be hard for the people to carry on the coexistence. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a term used to depict a few distinct methods of settling legitimate disputes. It is experienced by the business world just as average people that; it is impracticable for some people to document claims and get ideal verdict. Due to the pendency of cases, there is the postponement of year or more for the parties to have their cases heard and finalized. So, in order to lessen the burden on the courts, Mediation, which is a type of ADR, has been a widely opted method for the settlement of disputes. In Mediation, a mediator is a neutral third party who aids the conflicting parties to come to a settlement. This paper deals with the Mediation theoretically and also few cases have been cited to elucidate the concept.