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alternative dispute resolution

An attempt to resolve a dispute without a court proceeding, for example, arbitration or mediation.
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The IGP briefed the prime minister about police service delivery, enhancement of its image, accountability and transparency, effective public outreach, use of technology, Alternate Dispute Resolution, redressal of public complaints, online monitoring of reforms and future planning etc.
The forum decided to notify Alternate Dispute Resolution Committee at local level in the merged districts and release of salary of tribal government employees through AG office.
Alternate dispute Resolution Committee notification would be issued to resolve the disputes at local level and salary of tribal government employees would be released through AG office, it was also decided by the forum.
The House did not take up the Fort Monroe Development Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2019 and the Punjab Alternate Dispute Resolution Bill, 2019.
Also, the government has placed Punjab Alternate Dispute Resolution Bill 2019 on day's agenda to be adopted by the Assembly on Monday.
The settlement commission was set up by the Central government in 1999 in a bid to bring about an alternate dispute resolution mechanism and to expedite dispute settlement related to customs, excise and service tax.
Passage of The Punjab Alternate Dispute Resolution Bill 2019 was also on the house agenda.
The prime minister said that the alternate dispute resolution system had worked in KP in the past five years and promised that the same will be implemented in the newly merged tribal areas as well.
Imran Khan said alternate dispute resolution system worked well in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa during the last five years and it will also be implemented in merged tribal districts.
He also assured that the alternate dispute resolution system had worked in KP in the past five years and promised that the same will be implemented in the newly merged tribal areas as well.
He ensured that any executive intervention if and when needed to make the process of alternate dispute resolution more effective would be provided by the Sindh government without ado.
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