85 Conciliated agreements
(1) If a complaint has been resolved by conciliation, the commissioner must help the parties make a written record (the agreement ) of the agreement they have reached.
(2) Each party must sign the agreement.
(3) The commissioner must—
(a) give each party a copy of the agreement; and
(b) tell the parties that the commissioner will not take any further action about the complaint to which the agreement relates; and
(c) give the agreement to the tribunal.
(4) The agreement is enforceable as if it were an order of the tribunal.