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ADR (alternative dispute resolution) UTILISATION BY CORPORATIONS

ADR (alternative dispute resolution) Utilisation In this, we will look at the components that start the use of ADR (alternative dispute resolution) and the less unthinking parts of dispute resolution, specifically the reasons that push corporations’ decision to use ADR. Further, we'll also discuss the key benefits by which corporations use ADR (alternative dispute resolution) much frequently as compared to the traditional litigation process. Alternative Dispute Resolution implies distinctive things to various individuals, and the term is utilized as a part of wide sense.  Benefits of adoption of ADR (alternative dispute resolution) mechanisms. Based on studies, we concluded the following benefits of ADR. It explains...

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Introduction Marriage is an important aspect of life because it is a decision of an entire life. A Muslim marriage has always been a concern for the society because of their rules as per their personal laws. According to their personal laws, it is legal for a Muslim man to keep four wives irrespective of the fact that there has been no death, divorce occurrence or any other legal separation from the already existed marriages. Another factor is also of a major issue. A Muslim man can divorce his wife by pronouncing the word ‘talaq’ thrice. This is popularly known as a...

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Introduction Marriage is a sacred alliance not just between two individuals but between two families. However, sometimes after marrying you feel you are not compatible with your spouse. Therefore, a person can opt for divorce if he/she wants to end a marriage. Divorce can be of two types: Contested Divorce Divorce by Mutual Consent Contested Divorce takes place when one spouse files for the divorce petition without the consent of the other spouse. Divorce by mutual consent is a relatively an easier and quicker process because it happens by agreeing without getting into a legal conflict rather through fighting a case. Features of...

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Introduction The preamble is the introductory part of a statute or deed, stating its purpose, aims, and justification. It is the preamble from where the Constitution begins, therefore the preamble holds the much importance. The Preamble to the Constitution has played a predominant role in shaping the destiny of the country. The Preamble to the Constitution like the preamble of any statute furnishes the key points according to which our country functions. It is the heart and soul of our nation. Scope of Preamble The Preamble outlines the aim of the whole Constitution. It grants none power, but it gives direction and...

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Introduction Trade is buying and selling of goods and services between two or more parties in consideration of cash and cash equivalents. While, commerce includes the exchange of goods and services along with activities viz. banking, insurance, advertising, transportation, warehousing, etc. to complement the exchange. So we can say trade is the subset of commerce. Commerce includes trade plus trade plus a few other activities. Trade is a connection between the buyer and seller. The commerce provides a connection between a producer and a final client who is not immediately connected. However, is in touch with the help of a...

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 INTRODUCTION Undoubtedly, 2018 has been a great year filled with so many positive changes in the society.  2018 turned out to be a year which has regained the trust of people in the Indian Judicial system. Keeping aside all the long- existing stereotypes and unnecessary religious and social practices, the Court has given landmark judgments that have made their pace in Indian History. Beginning with the recent changes and amendments brought in the penal provisions and norms of the Indian religious system. Here is the list of all the landmark cases decided in 2018. The list is: UPHOLDING THE VALIDITY OF DEATH PENALTY The...

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Muslim Will

 The Concept of Muslim Will: Introduction: When a person dies his/her property devolves upon his/her heirs. A person may die with or without a will (Testament). Intestate:- When a person dies without the will or intestate, then his property divides according to the rules of intestate succession among his heirs. Definitions: Will or Wasiyat or Wasiyat Nama, means bequeathing or gifting of the property after the death of a person. Legacy -  Legacy is the subject of the will. Legatee (Al-Musa Lahu) – the person in whose favor the will is made or created. The testator (Al-musi): - The person who makes or creates the will. The executor or...

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Benefits Of ADR

A dispute can be settled or chosen much sooner with ADR, regularly in a matter of months, hence even weeks, while conveying a claim to trial can take a year or more.It is gaining importance.ADR also play an important  role . Saves Cash At the point when cases are settled before through ADR, the parties may spare a portion of the cash they would have spent on lawyer charges, Court costs, expert' expenses, and other suit costs. Control Over the Procedure In ADR, parties normally assume a more prominent part in forming both the procedure and its result. In most ADR forms, parties have greater chance to recount their side...

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Child Custody

Introduction When a divorce takes place between a father and a mother, a child is the one who is affected a lot. It is the hardest thing in the world - for a child to see his parents separate. Both father and mother are important for the development of a child so it becomes very difficult for the child to decide one person with whom he/she will live. There is particularly no law that tells about the custody of the child but the decision should be made by looking into many circumstances. The term child custody refers to a parent's rights and...

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Introduction Government is a very important body in the functioning of any country. Government regulates the nation by making the rules and regulations for the country. There are two types of government. Unitary Federal In Unitary government, there is a Central Government and other Regional Governments too. However, the Regional Governments derive their authority from the Central government only. In addition, the Central Government has the power to delegate the functions to the Regional Governments. Federal is a type of the Government in which there are two Governments, i.e. the Unitary Government and the State Government. Both are supreme in their own perspectives....

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