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ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION: ITS PRACTICABILITY AND OTHERWISE IN SETTLING MATRIMONIAL DISPUTES.

  • Type:Project
  • Chapters:5
  • Pages:87
  • Methodology:Descriptive
  • Reference:YES
  • Format:Microsoft Word
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Can two walk unless they are agreed? Since Marriage is about two people (the man and woman), who are of different background, opinion, ideologies, vocation, etc. there is bound to be the presence of elements of disagreement or disagreements between them, which may finally lead into an action for divorce in Court.


An action for divorce been brought in court is not prone to solutions through judicial process, but can be solved through other means aside the normal court process. Therefore people sought after these means. These means can be either Conventional or Alternative methods of solving disputes.


This project work is aimed at the Alternative method of solving disputes, particularly matrimonial dispute. Matrimonial disputes can be said to be dispute arising from the conflict between husband and his wife.


Should a husband seek the redress of the dispute between himself and his wife in court? Should a wife drive his husband to the court where it would be publicized? Should disputes between husband and wife be made public? These and many more questions arising from the solution of matrimonial disputes are answered in the process of this project work.
TABLE OF CONTENTS


Title Page                                                                                                        i


Certification                                                                                                    ii


Dedication                                                                                                      iii


Acknowledgement                                                                                          iv


Table of Cases                                                                                                v


Table of Statutes                                                                                             vi


Abbreviation                                                                                                   vii


Abstract                                                                                                           ix


Table of Contents                                                                                           x


 


CHAPTER ONE: GENERAL INTRODUCTION                                  1-13


1.1  Introduction                                                                                             1


1.2  Aims and Objectives of the Study.                                                         3


1.3  Scope of Research                                                                                   3


1.4  Definition of Terms                                                                                 4


1.5  Methodology                                                                                            10


1.6  Literature Review                                                                                   10


1.7  Conclusion                                                                                               13


 


CHAPTER TWO: CONVENTIONAL METHODS                                14-22


2.1 Adjudication                                                                                            14


2.2 Conciliation                                                                                              19


2.3 Reconciliation                                                                                          21


 


 


CHAPTER THREE: ALTERNATIVE METHODS                               23-34


3.1 Traditional Methods                                                                               23


3.2 Arbitration                                                                                               25


 


CHAPTER FOUR: ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION        35-73


4.1 Introduction                                                                                             35


4.2 Mediation                                                                                                 37


4.3 Mini-Trial                                                                                                59


4.4 Negotiation                                                                                               64


 


CHAPTER FIVE: GENERAL CONCLUSION                                      74-83


5.1 Conclusion and Summary                                                                      74


5.2 Recommendations                                                                                   81


 


BIBLIOGRAPHY                                                                                        84-88


ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION: ITS PRACTICABILITY AND OTHERWISE IN SETTLING MATRIMONIAL DISPUTES.

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Type Project
Department Law
Project ID LAW0249
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
Chapters 5 Chapters
No of Pages 87 Pages
Methodology Descriptive
Reference YES
Format Microsoft Word

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    Type Project
    Department Law
    Project ID LAW0249
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    Chapters 5 Chapters
    No of Pages 87 Pages
    Methodology Descriptive
    Reference YES
    Format Microsoft Word

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