17 Nov 2015

For many years, arbitration has been a commonly followed process to settle disputes in India, although with time, different custodians have been vested responsibility for dispute resolution.  For centuries, the heads of families helped amicably resolve issues even though many of them lacked formal legal training or indeed, any experience at all. Later, councils of “village elders” (Panchayats) were formed to facilitate resolution of disputes. The authority and powers vested in them made their decisions more binding.>>

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