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CONCILIATION

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Contents

1. WHAT IS CONCILIATION?
2. WHEN CAN A DISPUTE BE REFERRED TO CONCILIATION?
3. WHO LEADS THE CONCILIATION PROCESS?
4. TIME LIMIT
5. THE CONCILIATOR
6. WHO ATTENDS CONCILIATION?
7. LEGAL REPRESENTATION AT CONCILIATION
8. WHAT HAPPENS IF THE PARTIES DON’T SETTLE?
9. HOW TO PREPARE
10. EFFECT OF CONCILIATION

Downloadable Forms Click here to access these documents in the Forms section

Form 11.1 – Dispute resolution bodies and processes
Form 11.2 – Disputes and their processes
Form 11.3 – Guidelines: Preparation for Conciliation

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