In which cases shall the Court issue a decision to acknowledge the parties’ agreements? What is the role of this decision in the resolution of the parties’ dispute?
Upon the expiration of a seven-day time limit from the date of the minutes of a successful mediation, if no party changes their mind on their agreement, the Court shall issue a decision recognizing the agreement of the parties.
A decision on recognition of the parties’ agreement shall take effect immediately after its issuance and can neither be appealed nor objected to under appellate procedure. The decision on recognition of the parties’ agreement may be objected to under cassation procedures only if there are grounds to believe that such agreement was reached as a result of mistake, deception, intimidation or coercion or that it violated a prohibition imposed by law or is contrary to social morality.