The Mediator receives information privately when a party prefers that concerns, weaknesses, strengths, and underlying interests are disclosed.
Mediation, particularly when dealing with Sectional Title Conflict depends on frankness with the mediator.
As an alternative to litigation, arbitration or adjudication, mediation is a voluntary process conducted informally without prejudice.
It is a no-risk, non-binding, confidential, without prejudice, informal, and cheap alternative, with a 75% plus success rate.
Cost-effectiveness is critical if Mediation is to deliver. For this (and other) reasons, Mediation is increasingly being done online.
Sectional Title disputes need not lead to costly litigation or similar processes: there are cheaper ways of achieving better results.
When you help one person to resolve a conflict, the experience extends to others like family, friends, and colleagues.
Mediation is a valuable resource when you have a dispute in a Sectional Title Scheme, with a Body Corp, Managing Agent, Trustee, or even tenants.
It is an alternative to going through the court system when you have a dispute in a SECTIONAL TITLE SCHEME, with a Body Corp, Managing Agent.
ADR has developed as a response to an often disappointing system involving litigation, lawyers, courts etc.