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Alternative Dispute Resolution in Tanzania : Law and Practice

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Alternative Dispute Resolution in Tanzania : Law and Practice
Title
Alternative Dispute Resolution in Tanzania
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Law and Practice
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eng
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Mashamba, J
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967.8
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KTT376 -- .M374 2014eb
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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Alternative Dispute Resolution in Tanzania : Law and Practice
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Contents
  • Cover -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Preface -- Abbreviations and Acronyms -- Part 1 - The Genesis of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) -- Chapter One - The Concept of Dispute and Conflict Management -- 1.0 Introduction -- 1.1 Understanding Disputes and Conflicts -- 1.1.1 Introduction -- 1.1.2 The Dimension and Nature of Conflict -- 1.1.3 Functions of Conflict -- 1.1.4 Causes of Disputes and Conflicts -- 1.1.5 Conflict Analysis -- 1.1.6 Tools for Conflict Analysis -- Chapter Two - The Concept of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) -- 2.0 Introduction -- 2.1 Meaning of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) -- 2.2 Origins and Ideology of ADR -- 2.2.1 General Overview -- 2.2.2 Rationale for the Emergence of Modern ADR -- 2.3 Reform of the US Justice System in Favour of ADR -- 2.4 The Spread of ADR Beyond the US -- 2.4.1 The Spread of ADR to Other Developed Countries -- 2.4.2 The Spread of ADR to Africa -- 2.5 The Benefits of ADR -- Chapter Three - Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in the African Cultural Context -- 3.0 Introduction -- 3.1 The Role of Culture in Dispute Resolution -- 3.1.1 The Place of Culture in Conflict -- 3.1.2 The Cultural Orientation of Parties to a Dispute -- 3.1.3 Cultural Aspects are Prevalent in Every Conflict Situation -- 3.2 The Role of Ubuntu in Dispute Resolution in Africa -- 3.2.1 The Place of Restorative Justice in Dispute Resolution in Africa -- 3.2.2 The Place of Ubuntu in Dispute Resolution in Africa -- 3.3 Comparison between Formal ADR and Traditional Justice Systems in Africa -- 3.3.1 Emphasis on Informality of Procedures -- 3.3.2 Methods of Dispute Resolution in Traditional Africa -- 3.3.3 Neutrality of the Mediator in Traditional Africa Dispute Settlement
  • 3.3.4 The Notion of Privacy and Confidentiality vis-à-vis Conflict of Interest of Mediators in the African Traditional Dispute Resolution -- 3.3.5 The Need to Maintain Cohesion and Collaboration -- Chapter Four - Transplanting ADR into Tanzania from the West -- 4.0 Introduction -- 4.1 Retention of the Colonial Legal System and its Impact on Dispute Resolution in Africa -- 4.1.1 General Overview -- 4.1.2 The Rationale for the Retention of the Colonial Justice System -- 4.1.3 The Implications of the Retention of the Colonial Justice System in Dispute Resolution in Africa -- 4.2 Prelude to the Introduction of ADR in Tanzania -- 4.2.1 E arly Measures to Reduce Caseloads in Civil Courts -- 4.2.2 The Need for ADR in Tanzania -- 4.3 Introduction of ADR in Tanzania -- 4.3.1 General Overview -- 4.3.2 Consequences of the 1994 Amendments to the Civil Procedure Code -- 4.4 Challenges Facing ADR in Tanzania :Findings of the ADR Evaluation Report -- 4.5 Recommendations of the ADR Evaluation Report -- Part 2 - Theories and Principles of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) -- Chapter Five - Theories and Principles of Negotiation -- 5.0 Introduction -- 5.1 Meaning and Dimensions of Negotiation -- 5.2 Approaches to Resolving Disputes Through Negotiation -- 5.2.1 I nterest-based Approach -- 5.2.2 R ights-based Approach -- 5.2.3 Power-based Approach -- 5.3 Competitive and Integrative Models in Negotiation -- 5.3.1 Integrative or Collaborative Model -- 5.3.2 Adversarial, Distributive, or Competitive Model -- 5.4 Principles of Negotiation -- 5.4.1 The Goals of Negotiation -- 5.4.2 Basic Principles of Negotiation -- 5.5 Basic Skills Needed in Negotiation (and Mediation) -- 5.5.1 Communication Skills -- 5.5.2 Re-Framing Positions as Interests -- 5.5.3 Understanding and Perception -- 5.5.4 Asking Open Questions -- 5.5.5 Separating the Person from the Problem
  • Chapter Six - Theories and Principles of Mediation -- 6.0 Introduction -- 6.1 Meaning and Scope -- 6.2 Roles and Responsibilities of the Mediator -- 6.2.1 General Roles and Responsibilities -- 6.2.2 Specific Roles and Responsibilities -- 6.3 The Importance of Mediation -- 6.4 The Nature of Mediation -- 6.5 The Advantages of Mediation -- 6.5.1 Flexibility -- 6.5.2 Informality -- 6.5.3 Confidentiality -- 6.5.4 Non-binding Nature -- 6.5.5 Economic -- 6.5.6 Maintenance and Often Improvement of Relationship -- 6.6 Positive Results of Mediation -- 6.7 Skills and Tools of a Good Mediator -- 6.8 Techniques and Strategies Used in Mediation -- 6.8.1 Facilitative Strategy -- 6.8.2 The Evaluative Strategy -- 6.9 Models and Approaches Applicable in Mediation -- 6.9.1 Models of Mediation -- 6.9.2 Approaches to Mediation -- 6.10 Legal Implications of a Mediated Agreement -- Chapter Seven - Theories and Principles of International Arbitration -- 7.0 Introduction -- 7.1 Definition of International Commercial Arbitration -- 7.2 Evolution of Modern International Commercial Arbitration Law and Practice -- 7.2.1 The Genesis of International Commercial Arbitration Law -- 7.2.2 Types of International Commercial Arbitral Tribunals -- 7.3 Principles of International Commercial Arbitration -- 7.3.1 Object and Scope of Arbitration -- 7.3.2 The Nature and Functions of the Arbitration Agreement -- 7.3.3 The Doctrine of Survival and Separability of the Arbitration Clause in a Contract -- 7.3.4 The Doctrine of Privacy and Confidentiality -- 7.3.5 The Doctrine of Party Autonomy -- 7.3.6 Choice of Law in International Commercial Arbitration -- 7.3.7 The Doctrine of Finality of An Arbitral Award -- 7.4 Advantages and Disadvantages of Arbitration -- 7.4.1 Advantages -- 7.4.2 Disadvantages -- 7.5 International Arbitration and Corruption
  • 7.5.1 International Public Order vis-à-vis Corruption in International Arbitration -- 7.5.2 The Arbitrator's Duty to Uphold International Public Policy against Corruption -- 7.5.3 The Doctrine of Separability vis-à-vis Corruption in International Arbitration -- 7.5.4 U sing the Doctrine of Kompetenz-Kompetenz to Curb Corruption in International Arbitration -- 7.5.5 Evidentiary Proof vis-à-vis Corruption -- 7.6 International Arbitration vis-à-vis the Human Rights Claim -- 7.7 Conclusion -- Part 3 - Law and Practice of ADR in Tanzania -- Chapter Eight - ADR Practice in Tanzanian Courts -- 8.0 Introduction -- 8.1 The 1994 Amendment to the CPC Introducing ADR -- 8.1.1 The Implications of the 1994 Amendment to the CPC -- 8.1.2 The Significance of ADR in Civil Courts in Tanzania -- 8.2 Preliminary Steps in the ADR Process in Tanzanian Courts -- 8.2.1 Initial Notice -- 8.2.2 First Pre-Trial Settlement and Scheduling Conference -- 8.3 Procedure in Mediation Sessions -- 8.3.1 Notice of Mediation Session -- 8.3.2 Mediator's Introductory Remarks -- 8.3.3 Statement of Understanding -- 8.3.4 Mediation Session -- 8.3.5 Consent Settlement Order -- 8.4 The Nature of a Mediated Agreement -- 8.5 Legal Effects of the Settlement Agreement -- 8.6 Partial Settlement -- 8.7 Failure of Mediation -- Chapter Nine - Arbitration Law and Practice in Tanzania -- 9.0 Introduction -- 9.1 Sources of Arbitration Law in Tanzania -- 9.1.1 Main Sources of Arbitration Law -- 9.1.2 Other Sources of Arbitration Law -- 9.2 Tanzania's Compliance With International Arbitration Law -- 9.2.1 The Arbitration Act Predates Modern International Arbitration Laws -- 9.2.2 The Influence of International Arbitration Law on the Developments Made to the Tanzania Arbitration Act -- 9.3 The Arbitration Agreement and Arbitrators in Tanzania -- 9.3.1 The Arbitration Agreement
  • 9.3.2 Mandatory Requirement to Refer a Dispute to Arbitration where there is an Arbitration Clause -- 9.3.3 Appointment of Arbitrators and Reference to an Arbitrator -- 9.3.4 Powers and Roles of Arbitrators -- 9.4 Jurisdiction of an Arbitral Tribunal and Initiation of Arbi tral Proceedings -- 9.4.1 Jurisdiction of the Arbitral Tribunal -- 9.4.2 Commencement/Initiation of Arbitral Proceedings -- 9.4.3 Preliminary Meeting or Meeting of Directors -- 9.5 Ethical Rules For an Arbitrator -- 9.6 Pleadings -- 9.6.1 Applicable Law -- 9.6.2 Statement of Claim and Statement of Defence -- 9.7 Procedure in Arbitral Proceedings and Court Intervention -- 9.7.1 Party Autonomy -- 9.7.2 Court Intervention -- 9.7.3 Preliminaries to Hearing in Arbitral Proceedings -- 9.7.4 Hearing in Arbitral Proceedings -- 9.8 The Arbitral Award -- 9.8.1 Meaning of an Arbitral Award -- 9.8.2 Requisites of an Arbitral Award -- 9.8.3 Costs of Award and Interests -- 9.8.4 Correction of an Award -- 9.8.5 Enforcement of Arbitral Awards -- 9.8.6 Challenging an Arbitral Award -- Appendix 1 -- Appendix 2 -- Appendix 3 -- Appendix 4 -- Appendix 5 -- List of Statutes -- List of Cases -- Bibliography -- Back cover
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UMKCLawddaEBC4504922
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1 online resource (226 pages)
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9789987753543
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rdamedia
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UMKC Law: DDA record.
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC4504922
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL4504922
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11207154
  • (OCoLC)950461973
Label
Alternative Dispute Resolution in Tanzania : Law and Practice
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Preface -- Abbreviations and Acronyms -- Part 1 - The Genesis of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) -- Chapter One - The Concept of Dispute and Conflict Management -- 1.0 Introduction -- 1.1 Understanding Disputes and Conflicts -- 1.1.1 Introduction -- 1.1.2 The Dimension and Nature of Conflict -- 1.1.3 Functions of Conflict -- 1.1.4 Causes of Disputes and Conflicts -- 1.1.5 Conflict Analysis -- 1.1.6 Tools for Conflict Analysis -- Chapter Two - The Concept of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) -- 2.0 Introduction -- 2.1 Meaning of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) -- 2.2 Origins and Ideology of ADR -- 2.2.1 General Overview -- 2.2.2 Rationale for the Emergence of Modern ADR -- 2.3 Reform of the US Justice System in Favour of ADR -- 2.4 The Spread of ADR Beyond the US -- 2.4.1 The Spread of ADR to Other Developed Countries -- 2.4.2 The Spread of ADR to Africa -- 2.5 The Benefits of ADR -- Chapter Three - Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in the African Cultural Context -- 3.0 Introduction -- 3.1 The Role of Culture in Dispute Resolution -- 3.1.1 The Place of Culture in Conflict -- 3.1.2 The Cultural Orientation of Parties to a Dispute -- 3.1.3 Cultural Aspects are Prevalent in Every Conflict Situation -- 3.2 The Role of Ubuntu in Dispute Resolution in Africa -- 3.2.1 The Place of Restorative Justice in Dispute Resolution in Africa -- 3.2.2 The Place of Ubuntu in Dispute Resolution in Africa -- 3.3 Comparison between Formal ADR and Traditional Justice Systems in Africa -- 3.3.1 Emphasis on Informality of Procedures -- 3.3.2 Methods of Dispute Resolution in Traditional Africa -- 3.3.3 Neutrality of the Mediator in Traditional Africa Dispute Settlement
  • 3.3.4 The Notion of Privacy and Confidentiality vis-à-vis Conflict of Interest of Mediators in the African Traditional Dispute Resolution -- 3.3.5 The Need to Maintain Cohesion and Collaboration -- Chapter Four - Transplanting ADR into Tanzania from the West -- 4.0 Introduction -- 4.1 Retention of the Colonial Legal System and its Impact on Dispute Resolution in Africa -- 4.1.1 General Overview -- 4.1.2 The Rationale for the Retention of the Colonial Justice System -- 4.1.3 The Implications of the Retention of the Colonial Justice System in Dispute Resolution in Africa -- 4.2 Prelude to the Introduction of ADR in Tanzania -- 4.2.1 E arly Measures to Reduce Caseloads in Civil Courts -- 4.2.2 The Need for ADR in Tanzania -- 4.3 Introduction of ADR in Tanzania -- 4.3.1 General Overview -- 4.3.2 Consequences of the 1994 Amendments to the Civil Procedure Code -- 4.4 Challenges Facing ADR in Tanzania :Findings of the ADR Evaluation Report -- 4.5 Recommendations of the ADR Evaluation Report -- Part 2 - Theories and Principles of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) -- Chapter Five - Theories and Principles of Negotiation -- 5.0 Introduction -- 5.1 Meaning and Dimensions of Negotiation -- 5.2 Approaches to Resolving Disputes Through Negotiation -- 5.2.1 I nterest-based Approach -- 5.2.2 R ights-based Approach -- 5.2.3 Power-based Approach -- 5.3 Competitive and Integrative Models in Negotiation -- 5.3.1 Integrative or Collaborative Model -- 5.3.2 Adversarial, Distributive, or Competitive Model -- 5.4 Principles of Negotiation -- 5.4.1 The Goals of Negotiation -- 5.4.2 Basic Principles of Negotiation -- 5.5 Basic Skills Needed in Negotiation (and Mediation) -- 5.5.1 Communication Skills -- 5.5.2 Re-Framing Positions as Interests -- 5.5.3 Understanding and Perception -- 5.5.4 Asking Open Questions -- 5.5.5 Separating the Person from the Problem
  • Chapter Six - Theories and Principles of Mediation -- 6.0 Introduction -- 6.1 Meaning and Scope -- 6.2 Roles and Responsibilities of the Mediator -- 6.2.1 General Roles and Responsibilities -- 6.2.2 Specific Roles and Responsibilities -- 6.3 The Importance of Mediation -- 6.4 The Nature of Mediation -- 6.5 The Advantages of Mediation -- 6.5.1 Flexibility -- 6.5.2 Informality -- 6.5.3 Confidentiality -- 6.5.4 Non-binding Nature -- 6.5.5 Economic -- 6.5.6 Maintenance and Often Improvement of Relationship -- 6.6 Positive Results of Mediation -- 6.7 Skills and Tools of a Good Mediator -- 6.8 Techniques and Strategies Used in Mediation -- 6.8.1 Facilitative Strategy -- 6.8.2 The Evaluative Strategy -- 6.9 Models and Approaches Applicable in Mediation -- 6.9.1 Models of Mediation -- 6.9.2 Approaches to Mediation -- 6.10 Legal Implications of a Mediated Agreement -- Chapter Seven - Theories and Principles of International Arbitration -- 7.0 Introduction -- 7.1 Definition of International Commercial Arbitration -- 7.2 Evolution of Modern International Commercial Arbitration Law and Practice -- 7.2.1 The Genesis of International Commercial Arbitration Law -- 7.2.2 Types of International Commercial Arbitral Tribunals -- 7.3 Principles of International Commercial Arbitration -- 7.3.1 Object and Scope of Arbitration -- 7.3.2 The Nature and Functions of the Arbitration Agreement -- 7.3.3 The Doctrine of Survival and Separability of the Arbitration Clause in a Contract -- 7.3.4 The Doctrine of Privacy and Confidentiality -- 7.3.5 The Doctrine of Party Autonomy -- 7.3.6 Choice of Law in International Commercial Arbitration -- 7.3.7 The Doctrine of Finality of An Arbitral Award -- 7.4 Advantages and Disadvantages of Arbitration -- 7.4.1 Advantages -- 7.4.2 Disadvantages -- 7.5 International Arbitration and Corruption
  • 7.5.1 International Public Order vis-à-vis Corruption in International Arbitration -- 7.5.2 The Arbitrator's Duty to Uphold International Public Policy against Corruption -- 7.5.3 The Doctrine of Separability vis-à-vis Corruption in International Arbitration -- 7.5.4 U sing the Doctrine of Kompetenz-Kompetenz to Curb Corruption in International Arbitration -- 7.5.5 Evidentiary Proof vis-à-vis Corruption -- 7.6 International Arbitration vis-à-vis the Human Rights Claim -- 7.7 Conclusion -- Part 3 - Law and Practice of ADR in Tanzania -- Chapter Eight - ADR Practice in Tanzanian Courts -- 8.0 Introduction -- 8.1 The 1994 Amendment to the CPC Introducing ADR -- 8.1.1 The Implications of the 1994 Amendment to the CPC -- 8.1.2 The Significance of ADR in Civil Courts in Tanzania -- 8.2 Preliminary Steps in the ADR Process in Tanzanian Courts -- 8.2.1 Initial Notice -- 8.2.2 First Pre-Trial Settlement and Scheduling Conference -- 8.3 Procedure in Mediation Sessions -- 8.3.1 Notice of Mediation Session -- 8.3.2 Mediator's Introductory Remarks -- 8.3.3 Statement of Understanding -- 8.3.4 Mediation Session -- 8.3.5 Consent Settlement Order -- 8.4 The Nature of a Mediated Agreement -- 8.5 Legal Effects of the Settlement Agreement -- 8.6 Partial Settlement -- 8.7 Failure of Mediation -- Chapter Nine - Arbitration Law and Practice in Tanzania -- 9.0 Introduction -- 9.1 Sources of Arbitration Law in Tanzania -- 9.1.1 Main Sources of Arbitration Law -- 9.1.2 Other Sources of Arbitration Law -- 9.2 Tanzania's Compliance With International Arbitration Law -- 9.2.1 The Arbitration Act Predates Modern International Arbitration Laws -- 9.2.2 The Influence of International Arbitration Law on the Developments Made to the Tanzania Arbitration Act -- 9.3 The Arbitration Agreement and Arbitrators in Tanzania -- 9.3.1 The Arbitration Agreement
  • 9.3.2 Mandatory Requirement to Refer a Dispute to Arbitration where there is an Arbitration Clause -- 9.3.3 Appointment of Arbitrators and Reference to an Arbitrator -- 9.3.4 Powers and Roles of Arbitrators -- 9.4 Jurisdiction of an Arbitral Tribunal and Initiation of Arbi tral Proceedings -- 9.4.1 Jurisdiction of the Arbitral Tribunal -- 9.4.2 Commencement/Initiation of Arbitral Proceedings -- 9.4.3 Preliminary Meeting or Meeting of Directors -- 9.5 Ethical Rules For an Arbitrator -- 9.6 Pleadings -- 9.6.1 Applicable Law -- 9.6.2 Statement of Claim and Statement of Defence -- 9.7 Procedure in Arbitral Proceedings and Court Intervention -- 9.7.1 Party Autonomy -- 9.7.2 Court Intervention -- 9.7.3 Preliminaries to Hearing in Arbitral Proceedings -- 9.7.4 Hearing in Arbitral Proceedings -- 9.8 The Arbitral Award -- 9.8.1 Meaning of an Arbitral Award -- 9.8.2 Requisites of an Arbitral Award -- 9.8.3 Costs of Award and Interests -- 9.8.4 Correction of an Award -- 9.8.5 Enforcement of Arbitral Awards -- 9.8.6 Challenging an Arbitral Award -- Appendix 1 -- Appendix 2 -- Appendix 3 -- Appendix 4 -- Appendix 5 -- List of Statutes -- List of Cases -- Bibliography -- Back cover
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC4504922
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (226 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789987753543
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC4504922
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL4504922
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11207154
  • (OCoLC)950461973

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