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Explanation: ou: ordre de médiation du tribunal
court-annexed mediation (US law) = mediation specifically ordered by Court = per general Court order ( = standing orders that all family law cases will be mediated before a trial date is set, also other matters that will of necessity be litigated as damage awards to minors etc.). It requires that the matter be one that will result in a judge entering an order of mediation. Mediators can be attorneys, civil servants etc
Rita Cavaiani Local time: 12:58 Native speaker of: French, Italian PRO pts in pair: 151