The parties agree with – There are links below to three types of written agreements. Each agreement is different and, in some cases, no written agreement is reached, so these serve only to illustrate. For accessibility, the following agreements have been established, but they are generally written and distributed informally before the parties leave mediation. The parties are aware that the REL Act does not protect oral communications with all other parties present or documents that one party makes available to all other parties. The parties also understand that they can and agree to ensure greater confidentiality. In particular, they accept that oral communications containing all other parties or documents provided by one party to all other parties are treated confidentially during this mediation. Finally, the parties understand that despite this additional confidentiality agreement, external parties may continue to have access to statements or documents, as required by law (for example. B the Freedom of Information Act). The parties voluntarily agree to mediate. The parties are aware that mediation may be interrupted at any time by one of the parties or by the mediators.

c) Anyone who signs this document, whether or not they are involved in the litigation, accepts the confidentiality agreement. Anyone who signs on behalf of a company indicates that they have the authority to attach them to the confidentiality provisions of this agreement. 4. Confidentiality: Mediation is a transaction negotiation and will be strictly confidential. No party may disclose the statements of other participants in mediation. Mediation interviews, written and oral communications, proposals and unsigned comparative agreements are not permitted in court proceedings. Unless the parties are approved, the Ombudsman will not disclose confidential information provided by a part of the Ombudsman. The parties agree not to call the mediator as a witness for mediation or to provide documents from mediation in any legal proceeding. The only circumstances that allow the Ombudsman to violate confidentiality are: 1) if he reasonably believes that another person is in danger of harm or has well-founded suspicions of child abuse that the law requires of him; 2) if necessary, to defend itself in all legal actions; 3) where the contracting parties collectively waive confidentiality in writing; or 4) as required by law.

The parties authorize the mediator to submit the ADR reports requested by the Court of Appeal. (f) Notwithstanding the above, this agreement may be used for mediation and any written agreement reached and signed by the parties as a result of mediation may be used in any relevant proceeding, unless the parties reach a written agreement on it. Between the parties and the Ombudsman, mediation is considered strictly confidential. Mediation talks, draft resolutions and unsigned negotiated agreements are not permitted in any jurisdiction or other contentious proceedings. Only a mediation agreement signed by the parties is thus allowed. The only other exceptions to this confidentiality are when all parties waive confidentiality in writing or in an action brought by a party against the Mediator.