Mediation has long been used as a method of dispute settlement in our country. Section 89 of the Code of Civil Procedure, as amended in 2002, has expanded the scope of alternative conflict resolution procedures such as arbitration, conciliation, mediation, and pre-trial settlement. Mediation is an effective and well-known alternative dispute resolution strategy that assists litigants in resolving their issues willingly and amicably with the assistance of a third party known as a "Mediator." The mediator's skills aid the parties in resolving their issues. Parties reach an equitable solution and are always in a win-win situation through mediation proceedings. Mediation proceedings are an informal process in which the mediator serves as a third party with no decision-making authority. or, more commonly, without enforcing a solution, assists the parties in resolving a dispute or planning a transaction. This procedure is typically optional, discreet, transparent, and both time and cost effective. This method of dispute resolution allows parties to resolve their problems without the agony of litigation while also saving significant time and money

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