A Nonbinding Agreement To Resolve Disputes By Way Of A Third Party Is Known As

In order to streamline the Indian legal system, traditional civil law, known as the Code of Civil Procedure, was also amended in 1908 and introduced Section 89. Paragraph 89(1) of the ZPO provides for the possibility of settling disputes in court. It provides that, if it appears that the court has elements that may be acceptable to the parties, it may formulate the terms of a possible settlement and refer them back for arbitration, mediation, mediation or court settlement. . . .

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