The United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation, known more succinctly as the “Singapore Convention”, is designed to enable cross-border enforcement in signatory countries of settlement agreements reached via mediation of international commercial disputes.  The heart of the Convention is expressed in its article 3.1 which embodies this provision.

What Mediation Means under the Convention

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