Presolv360 is a legal-tech platform specializing in online commercial dispute resolution. It is simple to use, easily accessible and ensures that disputants are not entangled in protracted court battles.
Presolv360 offers a quick and effective solution to legal disputes while drastically reducing the costs and resources expended in resolving them.
Secure Contracts: By including Presolv360’s Dispute Resolution Clause in the contract and registering it on the platform, parties can resolve disputes at zero cost without going to court or being dragged to court.

Resolve Disputes: In case of disputes that have already arisen, disputants may opt for Presolv360’s online platform for a quick, convenient and effective dispute resolution experience.
Presolv360 resolves disputes through its online ‘Arbitration360’ and ‘Mediation360’ module, and engages qualified professionals with the competence, knowledge and expertise required to deal with commercial disputes.
Arbitration360 refers to Presolv360’s electronic arbitration module wherein disputing parties are bound by an award made by the arbitrator. Parties shall opt for arbitration in the event they desire a decision by an independent adjudicator.

Mediation360 refers to Presolv360’s electronic mediation module wherein disputing parties mutually opt to settle the dispute with the help of an independent expert. Parties shall opt for mediation in the event they desire a negotiated settlement.
As per the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, an arbitration award is final and binding on the parties and enforceable as if it were a decree of the court. A settlement agreement made in pursuance to mediation proceedings shall be final and binding on the parties. The terms of settlement may also be recorded in a conciliation agreement and it shall have the same status and effect as if it is an arbitral award.

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Presolv360 is owned by Edgecraft Solutions Private Limited, an Indian Company incorporated under the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013. It is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice. The use of any materials or services is not a substitute for legal advice. Only a legal practitioner can provide legal advice. A legal practitioner should be consulted for any legal advice or matter. No Attorney-Client relationship is created by use of these materials or services.

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