Article 21st.-freedom of action-the conciliator leads the conciliation hearing with freedom of action, following the principles laid down in this law. Article 22nd-conciliators requirements.-be accredited at a conciliation centre and trained in negotiation techniques and alternative means of dispute resolution is required to be conciliatory. Article 23rd.-disability, disqualification and abstention from conciliators.-are the causes of impairment, disqualification and abstention laid down in the code of Civil procedure applicable to conciliators. Article Extrajudicial conciliation centres 24th.-conciliation-centers of conciliation centres are entities purporting to exercise conciliatory function of accordance with this Act. Conciliation centres may constitute legal persons of public or private law nonprofit, having among its purposes the conciliatory role.
In case that the center of conciliation services are onerous, the remuneration shall be paid by who requested conciliation, unless otherwise agreed, that must be recorded in the relevant minutes. Article 25o-training of conciliators.-conciliation centres are responsible for the training of conciliators and that comply with the principles laid down in article 2 of this law. Article 26.-authorization and Supervision.-the Ministry of Justice is responsible for the authorisation of operation, registration and supervision of the centres of conciliation, and may suspend or deprive of its conciliatory faculty, when these do not comply with the principles or legal objectives referred to in this law, or engage in ethical misconduct. Article 27th.-requirements-the institutions that request the approval of centres must attach to its request duly signed by its legal representative, the following: 1.-documents proving the existence of the institution. 2. Documents evidencing the representation.
3. Rules of the Centre. 4 List of conciliators. Finally the Extrajudicial conciliation is a chance for two or more parties setting out its claims, and can if they come to an agreement, put an end to their differences and reconcile. If so agreed, will be on a record that has value of res judicata, the document is an executive title. Put an end to conflicts between individuals, legal communities, it is important, help them reconcile is more, to avoid lengthy judicial processes, which ultimately are expensive for both parties. Promote a culture of peace, it is what is sought with Extrajudicial conciliation already knows it impossible to sue, without conciliar, since 2001, in Peru.