Fail to Mediate at your Peril – Hardwicke Chambers

Posted March 6th, 2012 in arbitration, costs, news, part 36 offers by sally

“Those of us who act as mediators in property matters have been conscious for some time of the particular suitability of mediation as a forum in which to resolve disputes over property rights. The flexibility and breadth of the mediation process enable the parties to look beyond the strict legal principles with which a Court would be concerned and to identify and address as well the more esoteric and human issues which often lie just beneath the surface in cases involving land.”

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Hardwicke Chambers, 2nd March 2012