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231 Pa. Code Rule 1940.6. Termination of Mediation.

Rule 1940.6. Termination of Mediation.

 (a)  Mediation shall terminate upon the earliest of the following circumstances to occur:

   (1)  a determination by the mediator that the parties are unable to reach a resolution regarding all of the issues subject to mediation;

   (2)  a determination by the mediator that the parties have reached a resolution regarding all of the issues subject to mediation;

   (3)  a determination by the mediator that the parties have reached a partial resolution and that further mediation will not resolve the remaining issues subject to mediation; or

   (4)  a determination by the mediator that the proceedings are inappropriate for mediation.

 (b)  If the parties reach a complete or partial resolution, the mediator shall, within 14 days, prepare and transmit to the parties a Memorandum of Understanding. At the request of a party, the mediator shall also transmit a copy of the Memorandum of Understanding to the party’s counsel.

 (c)  If no resolution is reached during mediation, the mediator shall, within 14 days, report this in writing to the court, without further explanation.



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