MEDIATOR

THE CONCEPT OF MEDIATION AND THE SUBJECT OF MEDIATION

  • Mediation is a voluntary and confidential out-of-court dispute resolution procedure where a third party - mediator helps the parties to reach an agreement.

  • Mediation may include civil, commercial, labor, family and administrative disputes relating to consumer rights and other disputes between natural and / or legal persons, including when cross-border.

  • Mediation is also carried out in the cases provided for in the Criminal Procedure Code.

MEDIATION PRINCIPLES

  • Volunteering and Equality

  • Neutrality and Impartiality

  • Privacy

RULES ON MEDIATOR CONDUCT

  • The mediator carries out his / her activities in good faith in compliance with the law, good morals and procedural and ethical rules of conduct of the mediator.

  • The mediator accepts the procedure only if it can guarantee its independence, impartiality and neutrality.

OBLIGATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITY OF THE MEDIATOR

  • The mediator can not give legal advice.

  • During the procedure, the mediator is obliged to take into account the opinion of each of the parties to the dispute.

 

  • The mediator withdraws from the procedure in circumstances that would cast doubt on his independence, impartiality and neutrality.

 

  • The mediator may not communicate to the other participants in the proceedings circumstances that concern only one of the parties to the dispute without its consent.

 

  • The mediator is not responsible if the parties do not reach an agreement.

 

  • The mediator is not responsible for failure to comply with the agreement.

Contact:

Viktor Danov

Sofia

+359 889 095 988

+359 2 855 77 57

Professional background - long years of experience in banking, insurance and investment.
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