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Consider a situation of fender-bender where you are driving a car which suddenly struck with another car and, as a result of it, your vehicle has a minor damage. You know that it is a definite mistake of the other driver so you are expecting financial compensation of your loss from him; but he is not ready to accept his fault.

You are aware of the techniques of Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR). Which one of the basic techniques of Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) would be the most suitable in this situation to resolve matter on the spot? Discuss with solid reasons.

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Ombuds are individuals who rely on a number of techniques to resolve disputes. These techniques include counseling, mediating, conciliating, and fact finding. Usually, when an ombud receives a complaint, s/he interviews the parties, reviews files, and makes recommendations to the disputants. The ombuds do not impose solutions. Data copied from vusolutions dot com, the power of the ombud lies in his/her ability to persuade the parties to accept his/her recommendations. An individual not accepting the proposed solution of the ombud is free to pursue a remedy in other forums for dispute resolution.

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