Student at Baba Farid Law College Faridkot, India
The disappointment of people over the delay in indulgence of justice gives a great threat to the confidence of people in the justice system of the country. It is the constitutional responsibility of the judiciary to exercise its jurisdiction to reiterate the faith of the people in the judicial setup. The concept of alternative dispute resolution has introduced a new mechanism of dispute resolution. The object of ADR is to resolve all kinds of disputes out-side the traditional system of court proceedings. It aims to reduce the cost of litigation, providing fair resolution on time and to maintain harmonious commercial relationships. The Paper highlights the methods of dispute resolution and advent of ADR in India. It suggests the loopholes in the justice delivery system. It analytically discusses indispensable methods of dispute resolution in the modern scenario.
International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 5, Page 331 - 336DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLSI.111099
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