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Alternative dispute resolution mechanism
Dr. Chetna Upadhyay
Year of Publish -2016 Month - January
ISBN : - 978-1-329-83408-8
ADR Mechanism is a system of dispensation of justice which has come into existence to grapple with the problem of giving cheap and speedy justices to the people. This form of redressal is contrived for enabling the common people to ventilate their grievances against the State agencies or against other citizens and to seek an amicable settlement, if possible. It aims that a quick, informal and inexpensive justice must be provided to the people in friendly spirit.
       
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ADR Mechanism is a system of dispensation of justice which has come into existence to grapple with the problem of giving cheap and speedy justices to the people. This form of redressal is contrived for enabling the common people to ventilate their grievances against the State agencies or against other citizens and to seek an amicable settlement, if possible. It aims that a quick, informal and inexpensive justice must be provided to the people in friendly spirit. There is no denying the fact that the present system of administration of justice has become inadequate to meet the needs of time. It has badly failed to keep pace with the aspirations of the people. The system is cracking and is virtually on the verge of collapse. More than 2.6 million cases are reported to be pending in the Supreme Court and the position in High Courts, District Courts and Subordinate Courts is stated even more alarming. Thus, the case load is so heavy that the Court-cart is grinding to a hault and managerial overhaul of the judicial process is the need of the hour. There is a dire need for a comprehensive inquiry into the roots of our existing judicial system. There is a great contradiction for the reason that our legal system is still a colonial heritage and of Victorian vintage whereas our Constitutional scheme makes justice in its true aspects, social, economic and political- the highest imperative of Freedom and entrusts judicial administration to an independent instrumentality. How long shall we continue to deny justice, which is after all a Constitution Commitment to our people. Obviously speaking, if we continue to deny it for long, we will do so only by putting our political democracy, which our Constituent Assembly has so laboriously built-up, peril. The solution must, therefore, be original.



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