WHAT IS THE MEDIATION?
THE MEDIATIONis how to resolve a conflict / dispute amicably by a specialized third party called the mediator, in conditions of neutrality, impartiality and confidentiality and with the free consent of all the parties involved.THE MEDIATION is based on the trust given by the parties to the mediator, as the person able to facilitate negotiations between them in order to solve the conflict by obtaining a solution mutually convenient, efficient and sustainable. THE MEDIATION is an alternative to court. THE MEDIATION is known since Roman times – when the Latin interim "mediare" meant "to mediate an agreement between two or more opposing parties, to settle a dispute between the people."
MEDIATION – IN A NUTSHELL
- Mediation may be initiated by any of the parties to a conflict, situation in which the initiative party will address an application to the mediator and the mediator will invite the other party to the conflict to mediation.
- If the parties accept the mediation, the mediator will conclude with them a mediation contract. Mediation sessions can not take place before signing the mediation contract.
- After solving the conflict through mediation, wholly or partially, it is concluded The Mediation Agreement, based on the parties agreement//understanding. The Mediation Agreement is equivalent to a document under private signature and may be authenticated by a public notary or may be approved by court.
- If after mediation session the parties do not conclude The mediation Agreement, the mediator will sign a minute that will record the parties as unable to reach an agreement.