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Arbitration is one of the oldest forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution and its use in Ireland has been traced back to the Brehon Laws. It is a process whereby parties agree to refer disputes between them for resolution to an independent third party known as the Arbitrator.
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Mediation is a type of alternative dispute resolution procedure, which is designed to avoid the need for parties to go to court to solve their disputes. Essentially it involves a person known as a mediator bringing the parties together to see if a settlement can be reached in the dispute between the parties.
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Conciliation is a process similar to mediation whereby the conciliator seeks to facilitate a settlement between the parties. In Ireland conciliation is rarely availed of except in respect of construction industry disputes.
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