India / UK: An agreement to facilitate exchange of experiences and best practices in the area of working of commercial courts, alternate dispute resolution mechanisms like arbitration and mediation, use of technology in case management, justice dispensation and enforcement of contracts and in area of simple legislative drafting was reached at between India and United Kingdom during the recent Joint Consultative Committee meetings.
It was further agreed that training and capacity enhancement programmes would be conducted in Institutes for legal advisers, draftsman, judicial officers, prosecutors and legal professionals and in time bound manner.
The Government of India and United Kingdom had on July 10, 2018 entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the promotion of cooperation between both countries, in the sphere of Law and Justice.
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