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A type of ADR where parties just discus disputes between themselves with or with out a lawyer present, which is also NOT binding
Negotiation
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Two parties discus their problems which involves a 3rd party and can give their opinion but not a solution, which is NOT binding
Mediation
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Similar to mediation but the 3rd party will have a more of an active role and would suggests grounds to compromise and even settle the dispute
Conciliation
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A more formal type and is a private process by which a independent person resolves the dispute by making a legally binding decision
Arbitration
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what is the 'award'?
decision
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type of arbitration which only involve disputes between workers and their employers which ACAS deals with
industrial
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type of arbitration which try to improve relationships between businesses and customers
consumer
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type of arbitration which deals with contracts between 2 businesses
commercial
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this saves money and promotes arbitration in event of a dispute
Scot V Avery Clause
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The decision made by the arbitrator which is binding
award
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a 'half-way house' between litigation through the courts and ADR
tribunals
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Card 2

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Two parties discus their problems which involves a 3rd party and can give their opinion but not a solution, which is NOT binding

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Mediation

Card 3

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Similar to mediation but the 3rd party will have a more of an active role and would suggests grounds to compromise and even settle the dispute

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

A more formal type and is a private process by which a independent person resolves the dispute by making a legally binding decision

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

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what is the 'award'?

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A great self test exercise - excellent revision practice tool to develop understanding and memory recall.

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