Arbitration and Conciliation and Mediation
Arbitration, conciliation, and mediation are alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods for resolving conflicts outside of court. Arbitration involves a neutral third party making a binding decision, while conciliation helps parties find a mutual solution. Mediation aims for common ground through a mediator's guidance. They offer confidentiality, informality, and quicker resolution than court litigation, making them a versatile option for a variety of conflicts.
The Arbitration and Conciliation Act is a law that guides dispute resolution through arbitration and conciliation. It explains the legal procedures, qualifications of arbitrators and conciliators, enforcement of awards and promotes these methods as an effective alternative to court litigation.
To better understand the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, it is important to have an "Arbitration and Conciliation Book" as it acts as a comprehensive reference guide to understand the processes, rules and procedures involved in resolving disputes efficiently.
LexisNexis offers a wide range of expert-written books on arbitration, conciliation, and mediation, providing valuable knowledge and insight to efficiently apply these methods to resolve diverse disputes.
Law Relating to Arbitration and Conciliation
Author : P C Markanda, Naresh Markanda & Rajesh Markanda
Alternative Dispute Resolution What it is and How it Works
Author : Rao P C & William Sheffield
Commentary on the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, (Introduction by Fali S. Nariman)
Author : Justice SB Malik
Mediation -Practice and Law (The path to Successful Dispute Resolution)
Author : Sriram Panchu
New Case Law Referencer on Arbitration and Conciliation Act
Author : Hari Dev Kohli