ADR- Differences to civil courts

Name the three advantages of negotiation over the Civil Courts
Quicker, cheaper, more informal (no court, no lawyers)
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Name the two disadvantages of negotiation over the Civil Courts
Involves confronting the other party, if the dispute is not settles then the case would return to court (increased costs)
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Name the two advantages of mediation over the Civil Courts
More formal than negotiation but more informal than Court, uses a neutral third-party mediator who attempts to resolve the issue without giving an opinion
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Name the two disadvantages of mediation over the Civil Courts
Only works if both parties agree and cooperate, decisions may not ultimately be binding
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What are the two forms of alternative dispute resolution?
Negotiation and mediation.
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Name the two disadvantages of negotiation over the Civil Courts

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Involves confronting the other party, if the dispute is not settles then the case would return to court (increased costs)

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Name the two advantages of mediation over the Civil Courts

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Name the two disadvantages of mediation over the Civil Courts

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Card 5

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What are the two forms of alternative dispute resolution?

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