About Drafting Support

A drafted document is a preliminary step to formalize any decision between two or more people. This document may be a mere agreement or a legally binding contract. In either case, it is essential to include a route-map for conflict management. As it is said, ‘precaution is better than cure’. It is always better to include in this preliminary step how a problem will be resolved if one occurs in future time. In general practice, your agreements and contracts mention a clause named ‘dispute resolution clause’. Be it a rent agreement or an employment agreement or a business agreement. It is this dispute resolution clause which binds signing people to follow such agreed dispute resolution route as is drafted in this clause. This clause must be drafted with mutual consent of signing people.

Two ways of dispute resolution drafting

As a dispute resolution clause in the parent agreement

As an independent dispute resolution agreement