The mediation shall be conducted in the manner agreed by the parties. Failing such agreement between the parties, the mediator shall determine the manner in which the mediation will be conducted.
As soon as possible, the mediator shall establish the terms and timetable for submission by each party to the mediator and to the other party of a statement summarizing the dispute, including the following details:
a brief description of the facts and points of law, including a list of the issues submitted to the mediator with a view to resolution;
a copy of the mediation agreement.
Each party shall cooperate in good faith with the mediator and shall guarantee him the freedom to perform his mandate to advance the mediation as expeditiously as possible. The mediator may make any suggestions he deems appropriate in this regard. He may meet with separately with one of the parties, if he deems it necessary to do so.