The Role of Mediation Institution in Resolving the Civil Disputes in the General Courts

Mulyadi Tutupoho


The process of dispute settlement or the process of civil cases in the general court is started by taking mediation which is facilitated by mediator’s judge before the the disputes and the civil cases continued to be investigated in front of the court by the appointed judge. The purpose of mediation is to solve the disputes by doing consensus between the parties itself. However, the success or the failure of the process of mediation will depend on the mediator’s ability and authority. Observing the mediator’s authority as stipulated in the Supreme Court Regulation No. 1 of 2008, it can be said that the authority of the mediator is still limited and seems uneffective in resolving the disputes amicably.

Keywords: Mediation Institution, Civil Disputes, District Court

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