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London Mediation

02/09/2008

Mediation is a process where parties are assisted by a trained mediator to reach agreement on issues in dispute. For the last 4 years RPTS has been using mediation to resolve service charge disputes. The parties have reached agreement in over 60% of cases that have been referred to mediation.

Immediately before your pre-trial review you may be invited to spend a few minutes with trained students from BPP Law School who will explain how mediation works. They will help you decide if mediation may be appropriate in your case. If it is they will provide you with details of their free mediation friends scheme that provides support to those going through the mediation process. In their absence details of their scheme can be obtained from your case officer.

Mediation offers the following advantages: