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Aboriginal dispute resolution methods Had their own form of dispute resolution for years based on customary law Closeness and interconnectedness of the community meant that it was imperative that for disputes to be resolved quickly and without animosity The process for dispute resolution was passed down from generation to generation

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Dispute resolution Alternative dispute resolution Mediation Arbitration Conciliation Negotiation Forum Structure Law Online dispute resolution Behavior QRG on Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation
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..................................................................................... 14 Historical origins of dispute resolution ....................................................................................................... 14 Aboriginal dispute resolution methods .................................................................................................. 14 The evolution of dispute resolution practice ........................................................................................... 14 What is alternative dispute resolution ....................................................................................................... 15 The spectrum of dispute resolution options ................................................................................................
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