AN AMENDMENT TO EXPOSE CIVIL DISPUTES TO OTHER REMEDIES
BE IT ENACTED BY THE STATE OF FIRESTONE CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:
SECTION 1: The following legislation shall be amended: https://trello.com/c/2v48OKwn/2831-general-rules-of-procedure-in-the-state-courts-revision-act
SECTION 2A: Part (j) shall be added as a constituent of section 5, rule 3.
SECTION 2B: Part (j) shall state: "If the matter being handled is relating to a civil liable/accusation, the presiding justice, during the period of discovery, can either recommend or order the plaintiff of the matter to try either mediation or arbitration to remedy the civil dispute. The presiding justice must inquire both parties after such recommendation or order if they acknowledge these two processes, if not, the presiding justice must explain such thoroughly so both parties can discern such methods of handling civil disputes. If either method is being recommended to the plaintiff, the plaintiff can decline such offer, in which that would warrant the continuation of the civil case, if accepted, the case would be dismissed without prejudice. If either method is being ordered, it must be done through an official court order, with the subsequent dismissal of the case without prejudice."
SECTION 3: Upon passage within both legislative chambers of the Firestone Legislative Branch and met with the signature of the incumbent State of Firestone Governor, this amendment shall take immediate effect.