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CJI moots law for compulsory pre-litigation mediation

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New Delhi, Feb 09: Chief Justice of India, S A Bobde has mooted for a law for compulsory pre-litigation mediation.

Addressing the 3rd International Conference on Arbitration in the Era of Globalisation, the CJI said that judging can be a difficult task. Popularity is a mirage for judges. No judge worth a salt aims at popularity. The idea is to resolve a dispute. However dissatisfaction in the outcome results in hierarchy of appeals which cannot be avoided, Justice Bobde also said.

CJI moots law for compulsory pre-litigation mediation

Speaking about the importance of alternative dispute resolution, he said that the judiciary has no control over it and it should not interfere with awards given by arbitrators.

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The CJI also mooted the idea of a comprehensive law for a compulsory pre-litigation mediation to ensure efficiency and reduce the time of pendency. A robust arbitration bar was critical to the development of institutional arbitration in India as it would ensure availability and accessibility of practitioners with knowledge and experience.

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