The Court Annexed Mediation Mechanism: An Overlooked Avenue For Justice

The Court Annexed Mediation Mechanism: An Overlooked Avenue For Justice

Mediation, as a means of resolution of disputes, has been growing significantly over the past few decades in India. It is considered to be the most appropriate method amidst the ‘Alternative Dispute Resolution’ mechanisms as it is cost-effective, flexible, amicable and addresses the conflict in the most cordial of manners.

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