- Conciliation is a procedure in which a public organ stands between the parties in order to try to solve a civil dispute by their mutual consent.
- Even significant controversies may be settled through mediation.
- If a claim is settled on behalf of a child or a patient, the agreement is not binding until it is approved by the court.
- Litigants of the two parties may reconcile of their own accord.
- Out-of-court settlement is specially appropriate as applied to disputes that are resolved instituting litigation.
- The bill of mediation becomes legally effective after it has been delivered to the litigants and signed by them.
- The parties reached a settlement the day before trial.
- The money paid in such a settlement is often termed nuisance money.
- They are hoping to reach an out-of-court settlement.
- To end the lawsuit, they reached an agreement resolving differences by mutual concessions.