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What general litigation covers
Civil litigation covers a wide range of disputes including:
- commercial contracts
- landlord and tenant
- private and commercial debts
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Litigation is expensive. A good solicitor will make every effort to keep you out of court and try to settle your matter early, to keep both your costs and your stress levels under control.
ADR provides a confidential dispute resolution mechanism outside of a court of law, by which a dispute or difference is submitted to an impartial individual(s). The mechanism can lead to a binding resolution if provided for in the contract. ADR has no statutory basis and is generally not regulated by prescribed rules and regulations (except in relation to some cross-border mediations).
ADR is encouraged by the courts and the Civil Procedure Rules. There are a variety of different forms of ADR processes and the main ones can broadly be divided into; mediation, arbitration, adjudication and conciliation. There are also a number of more minor forms of ADR which may be appropriate in certain circumstances.
How Solicitors Guru can help
Civil litigation can seem overwhelmingly complicated. That’s why we have created a website to help you find the best solicitor to advise and manage your legal matter for you. We have carefully selected the best civil litigation specialists in your area. Not only can you search or browse through our website for one who is best suited to you and your legal problem, you can read past and present clients comments on the service they received from the law firm.
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