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Litigation
When the court has reviewed the parties’ evidence, a verdict is delivered in the matter. A discontent party may appeal against the order but the right to do so is limited, such as to errors of law. Different rules apply to orders made in different courts. PROCEDURE Verdicts delivered by the Small Claims division at...
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DEFINITION: Mediation is a process where a neutral and independent person (a mediator) helps the parties in a dispute reach an agreement. The mediator may be appointed by a court or privately. Mediation is an alternative to the adversarial judicial system of dispute resolution. If an agreement is reached at mediation, this may be written...
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GENERAL When a dispute arises, it is important to understand that litigation is not the only option for solving a conflict. Negotiation, settlement and mediation are some alternatives to litigation which the client should be made aware of. It is up to the clients to decide which means they would like to use in order...
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What is a Barrister? A barrister is an independent specialist in Courtroom advocacy and litigation. Whilst a barrister may be most recognised for their advocacy skills in the Courtroom, a barrister’s extensive training and experience ensures their strengths also centre around both judicial and non-judicial Dispute Resolution. It is important to note that you cannot...
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GENERAL When introducing evidence in court proceedings, the parties needs to be aware of the rules stated in the Evidence Act 1995 which establishes the foundation when determining whether particular evidence is admissible. Section 97 of the Evidence Act stipulates the “tendency rule”, which means that evidence or the character, reputation or conduct of a...
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