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If you came to a mediated agreement and the landlord is now violating that agreement, you have grounds to sue them for breach of contract. The mediation agreement is treated just like a contract and even though it may be confidential, if the landlord is breaching that agreement it can be disclosed and filed in the court in your suit against the landlord for breach of contract and you can seek all damages from your landlord for them breaching your mediated agreement.
So, your recourse now is to sue the landlord in civil court for breach of contract.