Development of Alternative Disputes Resolution Mechanism from Bottom of Approach
Justice delivery institutions in the world context are currently confronted with serious crises, mainly on account of delay in the resolution of the disputes particularly the delay in disposal of the commercial and other civil matters. It can be denied that this situation has eroded public trust and public confidence in the process of justice delivery institutions. This approach obstructs economic growth, development and social justice to the citizens in a country. It is required urgent solution from the bottom of approach. With the acceptance of welfare ideology of a nation like India ADR mechanism should be taken priority for reducing backlog cases for waiting to contest before the court. ADR is a suitable alternative mechanism to resolve disputes in place of litigation. The litigants should be free to agree as to how their disputes are to be resolved through a dynamic justice delivery system from bottom of approch.
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