dispute resolution

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dispute resolution

noun alternative dispute resooution, judicial alternative, means to conclude an action, means to gain a decision, means to gain a determination, means to gain an outcome, means to obtain findings, means to resolve an action
Associated concepts: alternative dispute resolution
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Election Tribunals have been notified for resolution of disputes, all applicants / petitioners are requested to approach the Election Tribunals for redress of their grievances.
The Dispute Resolution Councils are responsible for amicable resolution of disputes, fact finding enquiries and acting as jury in the conduct of contested investigation.
The Dispute Resolution Councils are responsible for amicable resolution of disputes, fact finding inquiries and acting as jury in the conduct of contested investigation.
The Africa Peace Award (APA) 2015 was delivered by the President of the Board of Trustees of the African Center for Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD), Graca Machel, in a ceremony held at the International Conference Center in Durban, South Africa, on November 21.
Their presence will serve to emphasise the character of the Courts as institutions of international excellence, and our commitment to providing a service for the resolution of disputes that is of the highest quality.
Today the PCA provides services for the resolution of disputes involving various combinations of states, state entities, intergovernmental organizations, and private parties.
The Supreme Court held on February 13 a meeting for discussion of the draft Resolution of the Plenum of the Supreme Court "on judicial practice in the resolution of disputes on protection of honor, dignity, and business reputation.
We view today's global resolution of disputes as a victory for people suffering from sleep apnea.
Ahmed Al-Humaidan, deputy minister for labor policies, said the forum was aimed at creating partnership between labor, employer and government to ensure quick resolution of disputes, protecting the interests of both workers and their employers without affecting market and economy.
Chapter VI deals with peaceful resolution of disputes.
The book's opening two chapters discuss the meaning and structure of international law, while later chapters consider the interplay between international law and diplomacy, the obligations of the state, the role of the UN, peaceful resolution of disputes, and international law and the use of force.
The JMC will become part of a loop that will assist the court with forward-looking vision in order to better fulfill its mission to protect rights and liberties, uphold and interpret the law, and provide for the peaceful resolution of disputes.