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My question is can I sue the mediator for mal pratice & loss of the property plus halfway expect to win?
No, not in Texas at this time. There is no cause of action for "mediator malpractice". A mediator doesn't represent you and doesn't actually have any power to make you do anything and thus couldn't be held responsible for your damages.
Since your question was could you "halfway expect to win", while you could certainly file a lawsuit and try to get a judgment against the mediator since the cause of action doesn't exist at this time and you would be trying to make entirely new law then it is very unlikely you could succeed and you would have to spend a lot of money hiring an attorney to pursue the matter. In addition, should you lose then the mediator could countersue and ask that you be ordered to pay his attorney's fees. I don't know that he would be successful but it is a possibility.
While I know this is probably not what you wanted to hear I'd ask that you please respect the fact that I'm a professional and as such giving you any less than a completely honest answer to your very specific question would be absolutely unprofessional. I'd therefore ask you to be sure and not "shoot the messenger" for delivering what is accurate but bad news on the law
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