Specialised courts and tribunals make a contribution to the efficient dispute resolution process by offering expertise in recurring areas of dispute resolution, reducing delays and costs in disputes and being generally more accessible mechanisms for citizens to use.
What are different mechanis,Ms in the dispute resolution framework?
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Legal Studies - Mechanisms in the Dispute Resolution Framework
Mechanisms in the Dispute Resolution Framework
Specialised courts and tribunals (SCATs) make a contribution to the
efficient dispute resolution process by offering expertise in recurring
areas of dispute resolution, reducing delays and costs in disputes and
being generally more accessible mechanisms for citizens to use.
Including pre-trial, trial and post-trial stages (see 'Equality' and
* specific pre-trial procedures are required (e.g. civil - exchange of
* enables both parties to know issues in dispute (civil) and assist
* enables decision about whether sufficient evidence to support
conviction exists (committal - criminal)
* independent judiciary/magistracy
* rules of evidence and procedure assists disputes to be settled fairly,
with both parties provided opportunity to prepare and present cases
* legal aid allows parties otherwise undefended to undertake legal
* system of appeals allows dissatisfied litigants chance of redress
* major role-players in resolution of clients' disputes before the courts
* knowledge of the law and legal procedures enables fair trial to occur
and assists litigants to reach more informed decisions about the
conduct/presentation of court cases (to their advantage)
1. Provision of advice for prospective litigants regarding rights, duties,
2. Representation in court and assist in resolution of disputes.
* authority conferred by parliament
* mechanisms of lawful detention where offenders are detained for
disruptive or criminal conduct
* essential to proper functioning of legal system and just outcomes so as
to make criminal law effective and enforceable
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