Arbitration
Difference between adjudication and arbitration
What's the difference between Adjudication and Arbitration?
By  Ridhima  |  04 Mar 2016  |  Upvotes: 0  | 

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Harshit Bhurani
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The primary difference between Arbitration and Adjudication is the person or entity that makes the decision in a legal dispute.
In arbitration, the disputing parties agree on an impartial third party- an individual or a group- to hear both sides and resolve the issue.
In adjudication, the decosion is taken by judge, magistrate, or other legally-appointed official.

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Ravindra Purohit
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The adjudicative process is governed by formal rules of evidence and procedure. In adjudication, the decision is the responsibility of a judge, magistrate, or other legally-appointed official. Whereas Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), is a technique for the resolution of disputes outside the courts. In arbitration, the disputing parties agree on an impartial third party instead of going to the court.
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