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Task One (5 Marks) 9 June 2018 Mr Ronald Trombone Managing Director University Studio Apartments Pty Ltd NSW Australia Dear Mr Ronald Trombone, Re: Options for Dispute Resolution with Aztec Empires Pty Limited (AEPL). I refer to your meeting with The Best law firm regarding your legal dispute with AEPL. Background AEPL has promised to build a wall between Macquarie Ultra Towers (MUT) and Fair Accommodation Macquarie (FAM) in May 2017 in order to prevent students who reside in FAM from crossing over to MUT and utilising their services including the luxury swimming pool, mini golf course and BBQ facilities which are exclusive to MUT residents. You have received a quote in January 2018 for the construction of the wall totalling $2,000,000. Mr Maracas, director of AEPL has yet to fulfil his obligations. Advice The role of litigation involves financial, time and emotional costs that entail parties to deter from seeking ramifications through the court. In these instances, Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADR) are dispute resolution methods which should be considered. The main forms of ADR include negotiation, mediation, conciliation and arbitration which each present a plethora of advantages and disadvantages. These should be investigated in order to determine the method which would best resolve your dispute. Negotiation is a popular method utilised by parties in order to resolve disputes. This method of ADR is informal and requires the parties to reach a compromise, with no 3rd party involvement which remains confidential. As such, negotiation is seen to encompass the

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