What is arbitration, and what are its key benefits for property disputes?

 Arbitration is a private, court-like proceeding in which disputing parties present their cases before an arbitrator who reviews the evidence and then gives a binding decision or award. Key benefits are enforceable outcomes, technical expertise of arbitrators, neutrality, and cost and time savings compared to traditional litigation.

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