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Thursday, February 7, 2019

While previously every legal dispute was thought to end up in court, thanks to technology, there are alternate routes today with an emphasison online dispute resolutions. The need for this mode of resolution has risen due to the high litigation costs associated with solving matters in court. Toprevent individuals involved in the dispute to incur such high costs[1], Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADR) has come into existence.

The crux of this route lies in letting a neutral third party,authorized by the court,[2]to intervene. This individual addresses and observes all the conflict areas and then helps the people involved to reach an agreement. Sometimes, people choose this route to have an agreement in place before the formal proceedings take place.

Online Alternative Dispute Resolutions

Just as technology has revolutionized all the other areas, it has also affected the legal system. TheAlternative Dispute Resolutions has now entered the online arena, and today people also have access to online resolution parties that can help them settle the matters without going to court. The procedure is the ...

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