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41-1491.26. Conciliation

A. The attorney general shall engage, to the extent feasible, in conciliation, including, if appropriate, mediation, with respect to the complaint.

B. A conciliation agreement is an agreement between a respondent and the complainant and is subject to approval by the attorney general.

C. A conciliation agreement may provide for binding arbitration or another method of dispute resolution. Dispute resolution that results from a conciliation agreement may authorize appropriate relief, including monetary relief.

D. A conciliation agreement shall not be made public unless all parties agree to the disclosure or the attorney general determines that disclosure is necessary to further the purposes of this article.

E. Nothing said or done in the course of conciliation may be made public or used as evidence in a subsequent proceeding under this article without the written consent of the persons concerned.

F. Materials in the investigative file may be disclosed to the parties to the extent reasonably necessary to further the investigation or conciliation discussions. Materials in the investigative file may be disclosed to the complainant for the purpose of deciding whether to file a complaint in court and may be disclosed to the respondent for the purpose of formulating its answer. After a court action has been filed, information derived from the investigation and the final investigation report relating to the investigation shall be subject to discovery.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1491.26

41-1491.26. Conciliation

A. The attorney general shall engage, to the extent feasible, in conciliation, including, if appropriate, mediation, with respect to the complaint.

B. A conciliation agreement is an agreement between a respondent and the complainant and is subject to approval by the attorney general.

C. A conciliation agreement may provide for binding arbitration or another method of dispute resolution. Dispute resolution that results from a conciliation agreement may authorize appropriate relief, including monetary relief.

D. A conciliation agreement shall not be made public unless all parties agree to the disclosure or the attorney general determines that disclosure is necessary to further the purposes of this article.

E. Nothing said or done in the course of conciliation may be made public or used as evidence in a subsequent proceeding under this article without the written consent of the persons concerned.

F. Materials in the investigative file may be disclosed to the parties to the extent reasonably necessary to further the investigation or conciliation discussions. Materials in the investigative file may be disclosed to the complainant for the purpose of deciding whether to file a complaint in court and may be disclosed to the respondent for the purpose of formulating its answer. After a court action has been filed, information derived from the investigation and the final investigation report relating to the investigation shall be subject to discovery.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1491.26

41-1491.26. Conciliation

A. The attorney general shall engage, to the extent feasible, in conciliation, including, if appropriate, mediation, with respect to the complaint.

B. A conciliation agreement is an agreement between a respondent and the complainant and is subject to approval by the attorney general.

C. A conciliation agreement may provide for binding arbitration or another method of dispute resolution. Dispute resolution that results from a conciliation agreement may authorize appropriate relief, including monetary relief.

D. A conciliation agreement shall not be made public unless all parties agree to the disclosure or the attorney general determines that disclosure is necessary to further the purposes of this article.

E. Nothing said or done in the course of conciliation may be made public or used as evidence in a subsequent proceeding under this article without the written consent of the persons concerned.

F. Materials in the investigative file may be disclosed to the parties to the extent reasonably necessary to further the investigation or conciliation discussions. Materials in the investigative file may be disclosed to the complainant for the purpose of deciding whether to file a complaint in court and may be disclosed to the respondent for the purpose of formulating its answer. After a court action has been filed, information derived from the investigation and the final investigation report relating to the investigation shall be subject to discovery.

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