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Re: mediation?

Posted by Mariel on September 03, 1997 at 21:21:23:

In Reply to: mediation? posted by Tom Livaccari on September 02, 1997 at 13:01:46:

: I just returned from Housing Court where I was granted an adjournment.
: The landlord was looking to go to the mediation room. My case is a holdover
: and I'm wondering what the landlord was trying to accomplish with a
: mediation.
Without knowing the details of your case it's hard to say. Mediation takes place so the parties can settle their differences, if possible, without having the case drag out in court. You could always see what is being offered and decide to accept or reject the offer. Rejecting the offer means continuing the case in court. Accepting means a stipulation is written up that both parties are expected to abide by. Do you feel like you have a strong case?

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