dispute-resolution center| Definition

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Course: Corrections

A dispute-resolution center is a facility or organization that provides a neutral and unbiased environment in which individuals or parties can attempt to resolve a dispute or conflict.

Dispute-resolution centers can provide a range of services, including mediation, arbitration, and conciliation, to help parties resolve disputes peacefully and efficiently. Dispute-resolution centers can be independent organizations or they can be affiliated with a government agency or court system. They are often used as an alternative to the traditional court system, as they can provide a faster and less costly way to resolve disputes.

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Last Modified: 01/09/2023


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