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            International Islamic University Malaysia Centre for Built Environment DISPUTE RESOLUTION COURSEWORK 2 / SEMESTER II 2010/2011 MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS) MCB 6340 - CONSTRUCTION LAW LECTURER: ASSOC. PROF. DR. NORSIAH MOHAMAD 1
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PREPARED BY: AHMAD KANAA G1028775 Table of Contents A. Introduction 3 B. Comparison between Arbitration, Mediation, Adjudication, and Dispute Resolution Board (DRB) ............................................................................................................ 4 1. Definitions . ...................................................................................................... 4 2. Agreement. ....................................................................................................... 5 3. Third-party’s appointment . ................................................................................ 6 4. Third-party’s decision . ...................................................................................... 6 5. Immunity of the Third party. .............................................................................. 7 6. In term of cost. .................................................................................................. 7 7. Procedures. ....................................................................................................... 8 8. Certainty of achieving settlement. ..................................................................... 10 9. Confidentiality and Formality. .......................................................................... 10 10.Degree of parties’ satisfaction with the outcome. ............................................... 11 11.Provision in standard form of contracts . ........................................................... 11 12.Advantages. .................................................................................................... 15 13.Disadvantages. ................................................................................................ 16 C. The existence of Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques (ADR) has eased the process of resolving conflicts in the construction industry and has reduced dependence on the courts 17 1............................................................................................ ADR Techniques .................................................................................................................... 18 2. The Main characteristics of ADR approaches which play an important role in resolving conflicts and reduce dependence on the courts18
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3. Essentials of ADR 19 4. Advantages of ADR 19 D. Conclusion 20 References ..................................................................................................................... 21 A. Introduction Argument is a part of human nature which usually contributes to disagreements and finally conflicts. Nowadays, it can be clearly seen that the construction industry is a fertile source of
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