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Verbal understandings and agreements are easily forgotten and violated We at Seek Mediation therefore strongly advise that you should culminate the mediation process with a written agreement.In India, Outcomes/ Agreements arrived at during the mediation process in consonance with the provisions of Article 73 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 have a legal validity...

The mediation process is fully confidential from the mediator’s side. The opposing parties are expected to maintain confidentiality on their part to respect the mediation process. Violations are unacceptable in this regard.

Yes, they can progress in parallel. If an agreement has been reached during mediation, the parties can make appropriate representations(s) to the court regarding withdrawal of charges through their lawyers. For example, mediation can help convert a contentious divorce case into a divorce with mutual consent.

The mediation costs including the administrative charges have to be shared between the parties. An exception can be made if one party agrees to bear the mediation cost of the opposing party due to exceptional circumstances.

Mediation certainly costs a fraction of the costs that you would expect for dispute resolution through litigation. Mediation costs are laid out by the hour or by the session. The hourly rate of the consultancy fees is decided on the basis of the complexity of the case and is agreed upon with the mediator before...

Formalization of the mediation method in the Indian context took place with the introduction of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996. This is considered a watershed moment in this field as it introduced the basic framework within which formal mediation could be conducted within the country. Outcomes/ Agreements arrived at during the mediation process in...

The answer is No. Litigation is a must for: Criminal cases, public safety matters and civil rights issues where the principle of law needs to be established. Cases where there is a clear breach of obligation. Cases involving violence, drugs, child abuse etc where the mediator himself may become culpable for not revealing information gained...

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