When you can't Agree on a Mediator

 

When You Can't Agree on a Mediator Under the Notice to Mediate Regulations (Supreme Court)

 
Under British Columbia's Notice to Mediate Regulations when parties are unable to agree upon the selection of a mediator, any party may apply to a "roster organization" designated by the Attorney General for the appointment of a mediator. Mediate BC has been designated as a "roster organization" for this purpose.

For more information about Mediate BC's role as a "roster organization" under the Notice to Mediate regulations, including how to apply to Mediate BC for the appointment of a mediator, visit the page called Appointment of Mediators Under Notice to Mediate Regulations (Supreme Court).

When You Can't Agree on a Mediator Under Small Claims Rule 7.3 - Mediation for Claims Between $10,000 and $25,000.

When parties are unable to agree upon the selection of a mediator under Rule 7.3 - Mediation for Claims Between $10,000 and $25,000, any party to the proceeding may apply to the Mediate BC Society for the appointment of a mediator.

For more information about Mediate BC's role under Small Claims Rule 7.3, including how to apply to Mediate BC for the appointment of a mediator, visit the page called Appointment of Mediators Under Small Claims Rule 7.3.