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No one said it was their role.  Where has that been said?

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3 hours ago, cjcregg said:
16 hours ago, BankFodder said:

The function of mediation is to help you obtain what you are entitled to without having to go to court 

 

It's not the role of a mediator to provide legal advice.

cjcregg... This is rather a random statement to make and hardly worth discussing when there is   a Guidance Note in the CAG library which BankFodder provided in 2015, giving great detail about mediation.  

 
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7 hours ago, citizenB said:

cjcregg... This is rather a random statement to make and hardly worth discussing when there is   a Guidance Note in the CAG library which BankFodder provided in 2015, giving great detail about mediation.  

 

 

Thanks but if I need information on mediation I'll ask an expert.

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I suppose that's goodbye then.

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