3. From among the 10 mediation mandates prescribed in paragraph 4 of section 1, 5 must end by an agreement on all issues included in the mediator’s mandate; furthermore, they must give the mediator the opportunity to deal at least twice with each of the 4 following issues: custody of the children, access to the children, the support due to the spouse or children and partition of the family patrimony and of other patrimonial rights resulting from the marriage or civil union or, in the case of de facto spouses, the settlement of any common property interests.
For the purposes of the undertaking prescribed in that paragraph, supervision must be exercised as follows:
(1) as regards 2 comprehensive mediation mandates (4 issues, including the partition of the family patrimony and of other patrimonial rights resulting from the marriage or civil union), there must be at least 4 supervision sessions during each mandate;
(2) as regards 3 other mediation mandates, there must be at least 3 supervision sessions during each mandate; and
(3) as regards the other mediation mandates, there must be at least 1 supervision session during each mandate.
A mediator may not carry out a mediation mandate without being supervised in accordance with this section, until the undertaking requirements have been complied with.
O.C. 1686-93, s. 3; O.C. 905-99, s. 2; O.C. 1117-2000, s. 2.