ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ADR)
AbstractAlternative dispute resolution (ADR) has become an appropriate means of adjudicating in most of the disputes, such as in international trade, family disputes, consumer protection, disputes arising in the Internet environment, electronic commerce, intellectual property in the digital age and other disputes. This paper analyses the Islamic Sharia methods used in alternative dispute resolutions (ADR). It is qualitative research. The information has been taken from many readings, articles, books, newspapers. The Holy Quran and Hadith of the Prophet Mohammad (SWA) has also been used as a source by the researcher.
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