Conciliation an effective tool for settling disputes

By Abhixit Singh and Jasman Boparai,Titus & Co
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Conciliation is fast gaining popularity as a mode of dispute resolution in India with courts increasingly encouraging parties to conciliate in civil disputes before resorting to litigation.

Abhixit Singh, Partner, Titus & Co
Abhixit Singh
Partner
Titus & Co

Conciliation is the process by which a conciliator, who is appointed by the parties to the dispute or by the court, as the case may be, conciliates the differences that exist between the parties.

By encouraging disputing parties to resolve their differences through conciliation and other methods of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), the courts and the government hope to reduce the number of cases pending before the country’s overburdened judiciary.

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Abhixit Singh is a partner at Titus & Co and may be contacted at asingh@titus-india.com. Jasman Boparai is an associate at Titus & Co and can be contacted at jasmanboparai@titus-india.com.

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