The project endeavors to determine the cost the nation is paying for not having judicial reforms. It aims to calculate the costs borne by all stakeholders in the judiciary, with a particular emphasis on litigants. In terms of loss, it seeks to study the business loss, losses incurred by corporate entities, mental health and loss to the GDP of our country due to defunct properties because of perennial litigation. The Project will deliver the cost of not doing judicial reforms and the cost or investment required to do judicial reforms, and it will provide recommendations as well.

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