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Arbitration Law

Arbitration Law
Arbitration is a sort of substitute for a dispute in order to resolve it, known as alternative dispute resolution (ADR).  It is an official and legal approach for the settlement and decisions of disputes outside the courts, where the parties involved in the dispute consult and submit to unbiased person or a panel of people known as the arbitrators/arbiters/arbitral tribunal, whose pronouncement is final and they are bound to agree it. This approach is usually applied in the consumer and employment matters for the commercial disputes.
Arbitration is a well-established and widely used means to end disputes. It is one of several kinds of alternative dispute resolution, which provide parties to a controversy with a choice other than litigation. Unlike litigation, arbitration takes place out of court: the two sides select an impartial third party, known as an Arbitrator. Arbitrators may visit sites outside the hearing room, call expert witnesses, seek out additional evidence, decide whether or not the parties may be represented by legal counsel, and perform many other actions not normally within the purview of a court.

Types of Arbitrators:-

  1. Labor arbitration usually resolves disputes involving labor unions, employees, and employers. It is commonly divided into two distinct categories: interest arbitration and rights arbitration. Commercial arbitration resolves disputes involving business transactions.
  2. Mandatory arbitration is a contract policy that prevents a conflict from receiving judicial attention. In a mandatory arbitration, liability for damages must be determined as a result of an arbitration process before a civil lawsuit can be filed in the court system.

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