- Created by: jazbrady
- Created on: 02-05-18 16:52
1. what are the rest of the advantages?
- the mediator decides for the parties
- confidential, voluntarily, quick, cost effective and accessible
- 100% success rates
- a judge decides the case
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2. what are the rest pf the disadvantages of mediation?
- no guarantee and amounts are lower than awarded in court
- it is expensive and time consuming
- it always ends up in court
- parties can t maintain a relationship
3. explain the s.10 child and families act 2014
- families and children in discussions and decisions relating to their care and education; and provide impartial advice, support and mediation services.
- children and families must all attend to the dispute
- families must have discussions not including their child/children
- families must not discuss what happens in disputes with their child/children
4. what is the case for negotiation?
- r v r
- Te Genero
- dunnett v railtrack
- halsey and steel
5. to see if mediation is appropriate parties have to attend a MIAM. what are the disputes over in need to attend this?
- over finances or children
- over businesses
- over an accident
- over unemployment