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CHAPTER 15 ADDITIONAL MEDIATION FORMS AND AGREEMENTS

International Commercial Mediation

Page 241 15 ADDITIONAL MEDIATION FORMS AND AGREEMENTS The use of an agreement to mediate is recommended not only for the benefits received by clearly delineating the services provided by the mediator but also to delineate what the parties can and cannot expect and what it will cost. Earlier Chapters have covered some basic forms of mediation agreements and whilst there are many different types used in international commercial mediation the following are a representative sampling.

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