Why do leaders choose mediation over litigation?
Leadership is the ability to inspire and build confidence in others. This is the reason why leaders value relationships and emotional intelligence. Successful leaders create environments where people want to belong. These environments to thrive, though, need methods to be maintained in the events of a conflict. Mediation provides a great opportunity for this.
Subject to mediation may be a significant part of the court proceedings:
Disputes between merchants on commercial transactions, membership in companies and other disputes between natural and/or legal persons, including in cases with a cross-border element.
Any disputes between individuals, family, household, real estate, obligations, property and non-property disputes, tenancy disputes. Employment contracts – termination, compensations, remuneration, work experience, etc.
Mediation may also be conducted in cases provided in the Criminal Procedure Code.
The content and form of the agreement reached in the mediation procedure shall be determined by the parties. The form can be oral, written and notarized. In the agreement, the parties may provide for liability in cases of failure to fulfil their obligations.
The agreement only binds the parties, involved in the dispute, and cannot oppose to persons who did not participate in the procedure. The agreement binds the parties only for what they have agreed to.
An agreement on a legal dispute reached in a mediation procedure has the power of a court settlement and is subject to approval by the district courts in the country. The court approves the agreement after its confirmation by the parties, if it does not contradict the law and good morals.
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