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ADR CLAUSES

INTRODUCTION

It is a frequently stated principle in alternative dispute resolution literature that agreements ought to contain provisions dealing with the resolution of disputes. It is equally often stated that it is impossible to develop a clause of universal application.

Each agreement must address the specific circumstances of that agreement and those circumstances will dictate the processes which should be used in the event of a dispute.

Additional Resources

The Foundation’s resource materials include a selection of precedent clause and other reference materials. Members are invited to avail of these materials.


These ADR Clauses have been produced by The Canadian Foundation for Dispute Resolution. Any feedback or concerns on the content of this document please contact CFDR at the addresses below.

The Canadian Foundation for Dispute Resolution
234 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 500, Toronto, Ontario, M4P 1K5
Tel. (416) 487-4733 Fax. (416) 487-4429

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