Demand and Opportunities for Online Dispute Resolution in India

  • Sushree Dash
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  • Sushree Dash

    Student at KIIT School of Law, India

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Deferral in equity and significant expenses of prosecution are significant downsides of the Indian judicial system. These variables have brought about the deficiency of confidence of individuals in the Indian legal framework. Accordingly individuals try not to go to courts for their civil cases and disputes. This absence of confidence has fostered the goal of debates by elective strategies like Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and Online Dispute Resolution (ODR). These strategies have been demonstrated fruitful in decreasing the pendency of cases and expenses, in created just as in developing nations. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) after the improvement of PC and web innovation has portrayed a significant part in each circle and accordingly dispute resolution has additionally been influenced by this change. Online Dispute Resolution has arisen because of mechanical changes and the advancement of online networking. It is another idea and is fit for tackling the issues of the legal framework, and ADRs. It has been demonstrated to assist the courts with diminishing the immense excess of cases particularly at area and subordinate levels in various nations. The E-Court framework has additionally been viewed as a piece of the ODR development. In various created nations like the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, and so on awards were given by the public authority to ODR projects, and various drives were taken to help web based business and the ODR framework. In India, the system is prepared to help the new changes and ODR framework. There is a requirement for ODR to take care of the issues of the Indian legal system. Indian government should genuinely consider strategising toward this path.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 5, Page 688 - 694


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