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Entries Categorized: ADR (10)



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Definition of Adr In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Adr : (alternative dispute resolution, ADR) Any of a variety of techniques for resolving civil disputes without the need for conventional litigation. It may include mini-trial (a shortened and [...]

Categories: A, ADR, and su1. Tags: AD, Conciliation, Dispute Resolution, Mediation, and Short Read.

Breach of Contract

Definition of Breach of Contract In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Breach of Contract : An actual failure by a party to a contract to perform his obligations under that contract or an indication of his intention not to do so. An indication that a [...]

Categories: ADR, B, Business Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Contract Formation , and su1. Tags: Book Contract Law, BR, Breaches, Contract Law, Dispute Resolution, Financial Law, Legal Practice Terms, Long Read, Mortgages, and Share Capital.

Dispute Resolution

Dispute Resolution in Contract Formation It is often advisable to include this term in any contract. In Pinsent Mason's words:The procedure to be followed if the parties have a dispute should be included. For example, if there is an option for arbitration or mediation where the issue [...]

Categories: ADR, Contract Formation , D, and su1. Tags: Book Contract Law, Conciliation, DI, Dispute Resolution, Long Read, and Mediation.

Magistrates: Swift and Sure Justice Paper

Magistrates and the Swift and Sure Justice Paper In 2012 the Government issued a consultation paper entitled Swift and Sure Justice. In this paper it is considering allowing single magistrates to rule on uncontested, low level criminal cases. Some pilot community justice centres have been [...]

Categories: ADR, Law Practice, M, and su1. Tags: Barristers, Conciliation, Judges, MA, Magistrates, and Mediation.