5.2. Agreements reached in the meantime impose only on the contracting parties to the extent that the parties confirm in writing the binding nature of these agreements in a signed agreement. They are not bound by the views they or the proposals they or the Ombudsman made during mediation. The contracting parties are bound only by the agreement signed in Article 10.1. In all cases, in which a party informs the NZDRC in writing that a scheduled mediation meeting must be adjourned, that the dispute between the parties has been resolved or that the mediation meeting is postponed by mutual agreement or that the request for mediation is withdrawn or terminated by the parties or the mediator for whatever reason. , and that the communication be received by the NZDRC (or termination) during normal business hours, between ten and six days, and including the date of the scheduled date. The NZDRC can calculate a cancellation fee equal to 50% of the mediation rate for the duration of the mediation. 1. Unless the law or conciliation agreement decides otherwise, the issues discussed, discussed, agreed, agreed or established during mediation or mediation are discussed, discussed, agreed, agreed upon or established – (e) indicate that the dispute resolution body wants the dispute to become a mediation; and (c) any document in which the agreement between the parties on the Ombudsman is registered or, in the absence of an agreement, 6.7 The parties cannot refer the matter to the Ombudsman before, during or after mediation to testify in the context of a legal or administrative procedure concerning the dispute or the nature and scope of an agreement reached through mediation. IMI has put in place a series of brokerage rules that can be adapted to the circumstances. These model rules should not be adopted without review by the parties.

They are designed to apply to any style of mediation and therefore refer to a «question» and not a «dispute.» This will make it easier to adapt the rules to transaction intermediaries. 3. Voluntary: Mediation is voluntary. Any party may, at any time, withdraw or suspend mediation for any reason. In addition, the mediator may suspend or terminate mediation if he or she believes that mediation will result in an unjustified or inappropriate outcome; that the impasse has been reached; or that it can no longer effectively act as an intermediary. For his part, the Ombudsman may continue with one or more parties after the first conclusion of mediation if the Mediator believes that there could be more potential for movement or implementation. (2) If each party accepts that the dispute must be conducted for mediation, but does not agree with a mediator, the parties must be jointly responsible for the costs and costs of the mediator.