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    “confidentiality and neutrality„
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    “faculty of judgment
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    “creativity and balance of interests„
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    “effectiveness and stringency„

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Mediation is defined in Greek law under 3898/2010 as “the, independent of his designation, structured proceeding, in which two or more disputes involved try to accommodate the dispute with help of a mediator”. Whilst all involved submit themselves to the rules of the law above, they utilize a proceeding which is accepted by both sides by receiving support from a specially skilled, impartial and uninvolved third person, conducting negotiations, to find solutions which fit best to their interests. In case of a positive end for these “supported” proceedings the agreements become contractual in a protocol, which can be converted in an enforceable title applying to inland and in foreign countries.