Top
News Updates

Three Mediation Centres Inaugurated In Barwani District Of Madhya Pradesh [Read Press Note]

LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK
27 Sep 2020 6:44 AM GMT
Three Mediation Centres Inaugurated In Barwani District Of Madhya Pradesh [Read Press Note]
x
Your free access to Live Law has expired
To read the article, get a premium account.
    Your Subscription Supports Independent Journalism
Subscription starts from
599+GST
(For 6 Months)
Premium account gives you:
  • Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.
  • Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.
Already a subscriber?

Recently, the Chief Justice of the Madhya Pradesh High Court (virtually) inaugurated three Mediation Centres at the outlying stations of Barwani District namely Anjad, Rajpur and Khetiya. With this, the state of has 43 functional District Courts and Mediation Centres in 42 Tehsil Courts.

With the opening of these Centres in distant and remote areas, the Madhya Pradesh High Court seeks to promote more amicable means to dispute resolution and help in the reduction of litigation.

On September 26, the High Court Chief Justice, Ajay Kumar Mittal inaugurated the said three Mediation Centres through video conferencing.

The programme was also attended virtually by Executive Chairman of MP State Legal Services Authority, Justice Sanjay Yadav.

In May this year, the State got one ADR building at District Court Complex Dindori and 12 newly constructed Mediation Centres at Tehsil Level of District Ashoknagar, Balaghat, Bhind, Chhatarpur, Damoh, Gwalior, Hoshangabad, Jabalpur, Jhabua and Sagar.

Recently, the state was in news for successfully imparting 40 Hrs online Mediation Training to Advocates based in outlying stations where single judge is posted.

"One of the most effective dispute resolution methods is Mediation which renders a win-win solution with multiple benefits like procedural flexibility, saves time and money. It also has proved to help restore faith and trust between people. The success rate of dispute resolution through Mediation has increased expeditiously," a press release issued by the MPSLSA read.

Click Here To Download Press Note

Read Press Note

Next Story
Share it