Dispute resolution in New Zealand
Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand, 1999 - Law - 282 pages
Dispute Resolution in New Zealand is the first book of its kind in New Zealand. It provides a comprehensive overview of the main forms of dispute resolution operating in New Zealand, namely: negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and litigation.
Relevant techniques and approaches are explored and evaluated, as are ethical considerations and legal rules, where applicable. The book also explores the range of dispute resolution processes established through statute law, and contains valuable chapters on Maori and cross-cultural perspectives of dispute resolution.
Written by experienced academics with special expertise in their topics, Dispute Resolution in New Zealand is an invaluable reference work for those studying any aspect of the subject, and will be of particular interest to lawyers, professional advisers, mediators, arbitrators, and adjudicators.
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