Chapter V of the Consumer Protection Act 2019 provides for the Mediation. It comprises of eight provisions - Sections 74 to 81. It has come into force from 20th July 2020. Recently, Supreme Court of India has directed all State Governments and Union Territories to take measures to establish Mediation Cells and enable e-filing of … Continue reading Mediation under the Consumer Protection Act 2019
There could be various scenario for considering mediation to resolve existing or probable conflict. One of the important reasons to opt mediation is that it allows you to resolve disputes on principles rather on as per feelings or intuition of parties. It helps you prevents hasty decisions and avoid pressure - even when it is … Continue reading Why mediation?
In India, mediation can be a statutory requirement, generally before institution of a suit (majority of cases), or a court referred (rare) or a contractual i.e. requirement of private contract between parties (gaining momentum). There is no specific law of mediation in India. However, the mediation is recognised in India under different statutes. The same … Continue reading Mediation in India