16 Jan Conciliation
Conciliation is a method of settlement that allows persons or legal entities who are parties to a dispute to end the dispute between them with the help of an impartial third party, i.e. a mediator. Through mediation, the dispute between the parties is resolved in a fast, precise and enforceable manner. As a rule, the law on mediation may apply to all disputes in which the parties may save their free will. In particular, commercial disputes, severance and notice compensation arising from labor law, overwork wages, material and non-pecuniary compensation cases, inheritance sharing problems, etc. such disputes can be resolved through mediation. All participants in the mediation negotiation have equal rights. All matters discussed in these mediation talks remain confidential. If the parties agree, the document of the agreement is issued by the mediator and signed by the parties. A document of agreement is one of the documents that determine the rights and obligations between the parties, which are declared when a comment on the performance of the competent and competent court is given.