Alternative Dispute Resolution Quizsearch

A quizsearch designed to help you understand and test your knowledge about all forms of ADR you need to know for the AS exam!

  • Created by: GeorgeB16
  • Created on: 02-01-16 13:20
What method of ADR is becoming increasingly more popular and common?
Tribunals
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What is arbitration otherwise known as?
Privatised Litigation
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What method of ADR is suitable for parties that are entrenched?
Conciliation
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Who controls mediation?
Mediator
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An advantage of negotiation.
Quick
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Another advantage of negotiation.
Cheap
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What law governs arbitration?
Arbitration Act 1996
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What clause in commercial contracts compels parties to attend arbitration?
Scott v Avery
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In what area of disputes is mediation often used?
Family
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What conciliation company deals with employment disputes?
ACAS
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Negotiation takes place in...?
Private
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What report stated that tribunals should be marked by "openness, fairness and impartiality"?
1957 Franks Report
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In what manner must arbitration be done?
Judicial
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This form of ADR is not suitable if the parties are entrenched.
Mediation
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What is the first stage of arbitration known as?
Preliminary Meeting
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How many chambers do first tier tribunals operate at?
Seven
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What tier of tribunals operate at 4 chambers?
Upper
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What is the decision of the tribunal judge?
Legally binding
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What is arbitration otherwise known as?

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Privatised Litigation

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What method of ADR is suitable for parties that are entrenched?

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Who controls mediation?

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An advantage of negotiation.

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