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Arbitration is needed when disputes about user conduct are reported. An Arbitration Committee made up of administrators appointed by the Community Council assigned to make the final decision on deletions of content, Blocking and Banning. There is no appeal beyond that level.  
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Arbitration is needed when disputes about user conduct are reported. An Arbitration Committee made up of administrators appointed by the wiki governing councils is assigned to make the final decision on deletions of content, Blocking and Banning users. There is no appeal beyond that level.  
  
 
Disputes about article content are handled through the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Dispute resolution|dispute resolution]] process or [[FamilySearch Wiki:Mediation|mediation]] if necessary.  
 
Disputes about article content are handled through the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Dispute resolution|dispute resolution]] process or [[FamilySearch Wiki:Mediation|mediation]] if necessary.  

Latest revision as of 10:21, 7 December 2015

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Dispute resolution
Avoid disputes
Tips to avoid disputes
Mediation
Mediation Policy
Mediation Committee
Request mediation
Arbitration
Community Council
Remedies
Editing restrictions
General sanctions

Arbitration is needed when disputes about user conduct are reported. An Arbitration Committee made up of administrators appointed by the wiki governing councils is assigned to make the final decision on deletions of content, Blocking and Banning users. There is no appeal beyond that level.

Disputes about article content are handled through the dispute resolution process or mediation if necessary.