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Role Of Section 89 Of CPC In Alternative Dispute Resolution

Nishant Kumar, Lovely Professional University


There are a number of reasons behind the long pendency of cases in the courts in India. One of the efficient manner which has been put forward by the experts to resolve this issue is the regime of Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Alternative Dipsute Resolution or popularly known as ADR is an emerging trend of law. Over the period of time it has gained a lot of importance and a whole lot of popularity.

This research paper has highlighted the idea of ADR and the case in which it can be resorted to and the case in which it cannot. In addition to the scope of Section 89 of CPC and how it helps in ADR has also been discussed in detail. Ideas put forward by various commissions and committees established by government have also been written. Most importantly various modes of ADR mentioned under CPC have also been discussed.


Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


Accessibility: Open Access

License: Creative Commons 4.0

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