Alternative dispute resolution

Alternative dispute resolution – Also known in some legal systems as “ADR”. This term details the methods by which legal disputes are resolved privately and in a different way than through litigation in local courts, usually through one of two legal procedures: mediation or arbitration. The ADR typically involves a legal procedure which is much less formal than the usual court process. It includes the appointment of a qualified third-party to preside over a legal dispute between the parties. In most Law systems of Arbitrage court, the advantages of ADR are quick and the fact that the issued decision is the final one and can not be appealed; also in such option claiming for provisional measures (burdens) is also available. Practicing lawyers can represent parties in arbitration procedures too.

See also “Mediation”

See also “Arbitration”

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