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DRC - Overview of Process

When the parties indicate their intention to move a matter forward, a Pre-Hearing Dispute Resolution Conference (DRC) is held to identify key issues and determine whether the matter will move forward to a mediation or hearing.

Minimize STEP 1: Parties request a Dispute Resolution Conference (DRC)
    1. After a DRC is requested, the Board will provide the parties with available dates.
    2. Unlike hearings, DRCs are not open to the general public.
Minimize STEP 2: At the DRC
    1. DRCs are typically held through a teleconference. in special circumstances, the DRC may be held in person.
    2. A Board Member or Case Manager will guide the discussion and provide an informal setting for parties to explore the likelihood of resolution.
    3. The Board Member/Case Manager will seek to set deadlines for the parties to exchange documents (such as expert reports), conduct questioning, and establish facts and issues that are not in dispute. if necessary, the board Member/Case Manager will set a hearing date.
Minimize STEP 3: Outcome of the DRC
If the parties do not come to a resolution, the matter will likely proceed to either another DRC, mediation if both parties agree, or a hearing.
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This website provides general guidance only and is not offered as legal advice. Each case is unique. The details on this website may not apply to every case, or to future decisions of the Board. Please contact the Land Compensation Board office if you have any questions.