Conciliation is an informal and confidential process in which a neutral person, the conciliator, helps you and the other party find a satisfactory solution to your dispute.
The conciliation process is similar to mediation. However, the conciliator is generally a person representing the justice system or the public administration. This person may, depending on the circumstances, be designated by the parties, by a representative of the State, or by a judge.
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Types of disputes suitable for conciliation
Conciliation is suitable for various types of disputes, including:
disputes between a lessor (a building owner) and a lessee (a tenant):