Mediation : An alternative ro justice
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Mediation – appears in our country for the first time, with the emergence of Law 192/2006 – and is an alternative to court. Optional is a way of settling conflicts on the amicable way in which an appointed mediator, trying to parties with which it mediates to find a solution convenient, efficient and sustainable accepted by them that would end the conflict. It is a voluntary process, optional, and can trigger only at the express request of the parties. As an alternative to conflict resolution between the parties, presents many advantages : - Is fast and that takes time, much less than the court itself, - Involves fewer expenses than the process, - Is confidential, - Implies respect, - Mediation, the parties are not adversaries, - Mediation, the parties are those who take decisions, - Mediation, all parties win, even when they make compromises. Mediation can be used to solve a broad areas of conflict. The procedure for mediation ends when the parties have reached an agreement with a report of mediation, which if necessary, will be sent to court or the notary login to become enforceable.
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