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Article 10 - Information on competent courts or authorities

If you wish to enforce in Northern Ireland the content of a mediation agreement, you should make an application to do so according to the procedures as set out:

    • If you have not initiated proceedings in a court yet, you should lodge an application to make the mediation settlement agreement enforceable at either the High Court or any one of the other courts (see the link provided).

    • However, if you have already existing proceedings in a court in Northern Ireland, you should lodge an application to make the mediation settlement agreement enforceable at the court where your case is already listed for a hearing.

A list of courts may be found on the Courts and Tribunals service

Last update: 25/02/2019

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