Alternative Dispute Resolution is specially designed for students pursuing the three-year or five-year law course in law education institutes. This revision book is part of the Quick Reference Guide: Q&A Series designed as a study aid for law students with a clear objective of assisting them in their examination preparation. The series adheres to the syllabus of the undergraduate law courses of all major universities and law institutes. Further, it deals with important topics in a comprehensive yet summarized manner.
It discusses the Arbitration and Conciliation Amendment Act, 2015 and its predecessor legislations—the Arbitration and Conciliation Act of 2006 and 1940 in the present day legal context. It also explains other types of Alternative Dispute Resolution methods – conciliation, negotiation, mediation and lokpal. The text covers important topics of Alternative Dispute Resolution such as the history of arbitration law in India, International Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution-its scheme and objects, arbitration agreement, interim measures, International Commercial Arbitration, arbitration proceeding before the tribunal, judicial intervention, procedure for appointment and removal of arbitrators, powers of arbitrators and grounds for their removal, arbitral award, recourse against arbitral award, appeals, enforcement of foreign awards, international conventions, duties and power of a conciliator, Lokpal, Ombudsman, Tribunals and Gram Panchayats.
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