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The growth in pension disputes over recent years has been phenomenal, and to cope with the ever-increasing amount of claims, a variety of fora have developed. This Report examines the various routes to the resolution of both contentious disputes and other questions requiring a third party decision, for both occupational and personal pension schemes. Each chapter covers a different forum, discussing the jurisdiction, powers and remedies of each and the advantages/disadvantages, complexity, cost and time involved. The authoritative commentary guides the reader to the most appropriate route to be taken in a particular case. With the aid of specimen forms and letters, the Report explains the procedure involved when applying for a dispute to be resolved by a specific body. * provides authoritative advice from one of the country's leading pensions lawyers * takes account of measures included in the Pensions Bill. * covers Alternative Dispute Resolution * Provides authoritative advice from one of the country's leading pensions lawyers * Takes account of the Government White Paper and the Goode Committee's recommendations on the arrangements for settlements of disputes * Covers Alternative