​E-Negotiation

Either party to a claim may initiate the E-Negotiation process by logging on to the CJTS and clicking the e-service “E-Negotiation”. Each party has 3 rounds of offers to make in the negotiation.

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E-Mediation

Either party to a claim may initiate the E-Mediation process by logging on to the CJTS and clicking the e-service “E-Mediation”. With e-Mediation, parties may resolve their dispute online with the help of a court mediator without having to come to Court. If both parties agree to e-Mediate, ECT will schedule an e-Mediation session with parties and a court mediator.

Reaching a settlement

If a settlement is reached on the above CJTS e-platforms:

  • Parties may apply to have the agreed terms recorded as a Consent Order by clicking "Request for Order of Tribunal". The application for a Consent Order is subject to the ECT's approval. 
  • The claimant may withdraw the claim. When a claim is withdrawn, the matter will be taken as concluded and there will be no further proceedings at the Tribunals. A claimant can withdraw a claim by choosing the e-service "Withdrawal Request Form".

If a settlement is not reached, or if an application for a Consent Order is not approved by the Tribunals, parties will have to attend the case management conference (CMC) as stated in the Notice of CMC.

Last updated on: 14/1/2019 10:57 AM

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