1. The mediator is a neutral, impartial and independent third person, devoid of powers of imposition upon the parties to the mediation, who assists the parties in their attempt to obtain a final settlement on the subject matter in dispute. In particular he may not legally or otherwise represent or consult the parties or third persons on legal issues, which are or have been the subject matter of the mediation proceedings. The mediator shall disclose to the parties and the Centre all possible conflicts of interests or other circumstances likely to give rise to doubts as to his independence or impartiality without undue delay.
2. A person who assists or represents or who has assisted or represented one of the parties on the same issues before the commencement of the mediation proceedings m
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