The normal functioning of the justice system existing in the state, which should ensure the satisfaction of the private interests of the sub- jects of law, should be evaluated as an expression of public and private interests. After all, the well-being of the subjects of law is significantly determined by the existence of a flexible dispute resolution system and mechanisms, the correct formation and implementation of which guarantees the stability of the civil turnover and the satisfaction of the interests of legal subjects. Despite the importance of the issue, ensuring that the legal subjects are offered fast and affordable forms of dis- puteresolution, remains to be a challenge. Achieving the mentioned goal becomes more difficult, when the dispute is loaded with international private law elements, is characterized by complexity in this way and its resolution is connected with a number of peculiarities. That is why, on the one hand, it is considered important to make changes in the law of Georgia “On Private International Law”, which will eliminate the risks of its misinterpretation. On the other hand, it is important to emphasize the role and importance of mediation in the process of resolving international private law disputes. Accordingly, following the legislative amendments, it is also considered important to raise public awareness in this direction and improve legal culture. The above-mentioned, significantly helps the formation of a chain of effective means of dispute resolution, where, on the other hand, an important place shall be given to the form of remote proceedings.
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