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This paper draws on data from the 2006 Governance and Decentralization Survey. It has three main objectives: to understand (a) national patterns of conflict and dispute resolution; (b) use of policy service and the formal legal system; and (c) connections between governance factors (corruption, bribery and information about development projects) and conflict dispute resolution. National and regional typologies of conflict and use of dispute resolution actors are presented along with analysis of the characteristic of household using policy service and the justice sector. Regression and analysis is used to determine correlations between governance indicators and conflict reporting and use of dispute resolution actors.