California Evidence Code Section 1123
Legal Research Home >
California Laws > Evidence Code > California Evidence Code Section 1123
1123. A written settlement agreement prepared in the course of, or
pursuant to, a mediation, is not made inadmissible, or protected from
disclosure, by provisions of this chapter if the agreement is signed
by the settling parties and any of the following conditions are
(a) The agreement provides that it is admissible or subject to
disclosure, or words to that effect.
(b) The agreement provides that it is enforceable or binding or
words to that effect.
(c) All parties to the agreement expressly agree in writing, or
orally in accordance with Section 1118, to its disclosure.
(d) The agreement is used to show fraud, duress, or illegality
that is relevant to an issue in dispute.
Speak with a Lawyer in California
Last modified: March 17, 2014