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    What would you do if cannot take a final decision to solve the problems?

    Dear members,
    There is no life without problems. Outside the home, we have courts to settle our issues. In certain families, the respectful elders decision is taken as granted. Many a times, it is very difficult to arrive at a decision acceptable to both the parties.

    What would you do, if you are given the responsibility to decide a case and give a decision acceptable to both the parties, but are adamant to accept your decision? You are in a catch 22 situation to convince the parties. Would you give up or have a final solution to put an end?
  • #744760
    When you have to decide something then decide and make your decisions known to the parties. If you are unable to take a final decision ask for help from someone whom you think is competent in giving a better idea. If you are selected as the judge then the persons involved in the problems need to accept your decision as final. But if you are to mediate between two aggrieved parties then you need to discuss the issue thoroughly with both parties and then decide keeping in mind the interest of both the aggrieved parties. If the parties are adamant about not following your decision then there is no point in negotiating since they do not wish to consider you a mediator.
    Sankalan

    "Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"

  • #744768
    When there is a dispute between two parties settling the issue in such a way that both the parties will accept it is a very difficult proposition. If we have to solve a problem we should assess the situation and study the issue properly and make our own judgement and make the final decision. If you want any clarifications you can talk to both the parties individually or together and understand the situation completely. If you want to consult any person for his opinion you can do that and finally deliver your judgement. As a judge it will not be your duty to see that both parties are happy.
    When two parties go to the court, the decision of the court will be based on the facts and it will be in favour of truth only. Definitely. a court can't satisfy both the parties with its judgement. Before we take up the issue. we should tell the parties that you will deliver the judgement of both the parties honour your judgement.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #744775
    Good question posed by the author. By making a approach to ourselves by the both the parties to dispute it is now very much clear that they must abide by the verdict or the solutions being said by us. In that case it becomes more responsible situation for us and we should not err nor go with partisan manner. First of all listen to both sides and try to get loopholes that may be there through our detailed probing and our decision would certainly be on that base. While probing, take important points individually and never probe each other in the presence of disputing party. Once we get the clues as to who has erred more, we can frankly tell the verdict and that should be accepted. And before giving verdict tell the parties that the decision was after probing both sides and the findings need to be accepted without further quarrel.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease


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