Subdivision 1. Definition. For purposes of this chapter, “dispute resolution” means a process voluntarily entered by parties in disagreement using mediation or
arbitration to reconcile the parties' differences.
Subd. 2. Establishment; administration. The state court administrator shall administer the dispute resolution program.
Subd. 4. Reports.The state court administrator shall compile statistical data regarding community dispute
resolution programs, including the operation budget, the number of referrals, categories
or types of cases referred, number of parties served, number of disputes resolved,
nature of resolution, amount and type of awards, rate of compliance, returnees to
the dispute resolution process, duration and estimated costs of proceedings, and any
other pertinent information.
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