Section 9 of the Act puts special emphasison settling disputes by mediation and conciliation. It guarantees that the matter is addressed by understanding the two parties and reduces the chances of any further conflict. The point is to give priority to a mutual understanding of the usual process of arbitration. So, these courts mean to frame a pleasant environment where family disputes are settled amicably. The cases have avoided the features of a formal legal system. During any stage of the proceedings, if the court believes that there is a possibility of an amicable resolution, the court can direct the parties to mediation.

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