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Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation (Alternative Dispute Resolution)

Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation (Alternative Dispute Resolution)

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  • Author(s): Anil K. Nair
  • Brand: Aparna Publications
  • Edition: Latest Edn.
  • Approx. Pages 151 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 27 x 21 cms
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Description
Indian judiciary is overburdened with the mounting arrears of pending cases. Unless urgent steps are taken to reduce the flood of cases, the Indian judiciary will crumble under its own weight; and the people will lose their faith in the justice delivery system. Thus it has become the need of the day to find some other efficacious alternative to the conventional system of administration of justice. It is with this object, law encourages and allows parties to the dispute to settle their disputes or differences through different methods of alternative dispute resolution processes. Now it has been recognised 'arbitration', 'conciliation', 'Lok Adalat', and 'mediation' as the most common and effective alternative to the conventional system of administration of justice through courts.
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Contents
PART - I : A Prologue
Need and Scope of Alternative Dispute Resolution Processes
PART - II : LAW OF ARBITRATION
I.      Introduction
II.     Definition of Arbitration
III.    Doctrine of Waiver
IV.    Extent of Judicial Intervention
V.     Arbitration Agreement
VI.    Power of Judicial Authority to Refer Parties to Arbitration
VII.   Power of Court to Pass Interim Orders
VIII.  Composition of Arbitral Tribunal
IX.    Grounds for Challenging and Arbitrator
X.     Termination of Mandate of an Arbitrator
XI.     Jurisdiction of Arbitral Tribunal
XII.    Conduct of Arbitral Proceedings
XIII.   Arbitral Award
XIV.   Termination of Proceedings
XV.    Recourse against Arbitral Award
XVI.   Enforcement of Arbitral Awards
XVII.  Appeals
XVIII. Effect of Death of Parties
XIX.    Exclusive Jurisdiction
XX.     Application of the Limitation Act, 1963
PART - III : ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN AWARDS
I.    What is Foreign Arbitral Awards?
II.   Enforcement of New York Convention Awards
III.  Enforcement of Geneva Convention Awards
PART - IV : CONCILIATION
I.    Meaning of Conciliation
II.   Advantages of Conciliation
III.  Conciliation Proceedings
PART - V : MEDIATION
I.     Introduction
II.    Concept of Mediation
III.   Stages of Mediation
IV.   Role of Mediators
V.    Negotiation and Bargaining in Mediation
VI.   Impasse
VII.  Role of Referal Judges in Mediation
VIII. Role of Lawyers in Mediation
IX.   Role of Parties in Mediation
Part - VI : The Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987
I.    Introduction
II.   Different Authorities
III.  Meaning of Legal Services
IV.  Lok Adalats
V.   Permanent Lok Adalat
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Author Details
Anil K. Nair
Advocate High Court of Kerala
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