Role of Mediation in Indian Judiciary

  • B. Mathanachandiran and M. Mahesha Riti
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  • B. Mathanachandiran

    Assistant Professor at VELS University Chennai, India

  • M. Mahesha Riti

    Assistant Professor at VELS University Chennai, India

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In the last several years, it has been shown that alternative dispute resolution (ADR) techniques are widely acknowledged and accepted worldwide. However, research has shown that mediation tools and strategies may really be a godsend, particularly when handling both family and business disputes. The Indian Apex Court has occasionally approved these tools as well, including the processes and methods of mediation. The mediation process will be cheaper while comparing with the normal court process in the Indian Judiciary. If the problems settled in the mediation process the court fee will be refunded . Also, in the process of Mediation there is win-win situation in the legal progress. Recently, The Mediation act 2023 enacted by our Government of India.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 3604 - 3613


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