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What happens if we don’t reach an agreement at the conference?

If you have not reached an agreement at the end of your joint meeting, some discussion may take place as to what might need to happen to reach an agreement. It is possible, subject to the agreement of both parties, to schedule a further meeting to allow either of both parties to follow-up any agreed actions before giving further consideration to the matters in dispute. If it is apparent that no agreement can be reached and the parties do not wish to engage in further FDR, then the mediator may issue a 60 I certificate to each party.

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