General Law of Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms

March 1st, 2023

On February 2, 2023, Senator Olga Sanchez Cordero presented before the Senate of the Republic an initiative of project of Decree issuing the so-called “General Law of Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms”.

The present initiative has as background the reforms made to Articles 17 and 73 of the Constitution in 2008 and 2017, respectively.

The objective of these reforms is to provide for a quicker and more expeditious resolution of legal disputes through alternative methods.

The constitutional reform published on February 5, 2017 in the Official Gazette of the Federation, granted Congress the powers to issue a General Law on Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms (hereinafter “MASC“).

The proposal of the Senator intends to materialize the constitutional reform of 2017, thereby proposing a General Law that regulates MASC. The reform proposal is designed to ensure that the justice system in Mexico gives more preference to MASC over traditional litigation.

LEGAL OBJECTIVE

The main objective of the proposal is to reach prompt and effective resolutions to disputes The main objective of the proposal is to reach prompt and effective resolutions to disputes.

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