India’s New Mediation Bill, 2021

  • Juhi Handique
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  • Juhi Handique

    Student at KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, India

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Mediation means settling disputes with the aid of an impartial person who helps the parties to come up with reasonable and agreeable solutions. A mediator acts as a facilitator who neither tries the facts nor arbitrates the disputes. Mediation hasn’t been formalized and institutionalized in India yet. As a result, the Draft Mediation Bill 2021 is an initiative towards establishing mediation as a way for solving disagreements. The article focuses on talking about India’s new mediation bill, the advantages of its implementation, the current legal scenario of the Bill in India, and also sheds light on the loopholes.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 4, Issue 1, Page 544 - 548


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