Edited by Nadirsyah Hosen
Chapter 4: ADR and Islamic law: the cases of the UK and Singapore
This chapter explores Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in Singapore and compares it with the system in the United Kingdom. This examination shows that Islamic law is applied more formally in Singapore than in the UK. However, drawing upon literature about religious-based ADR, the author argues that the informal system in the UK may be more facilitative of Islamic ADR than the more formal system of Singapore.
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