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Feb 07 1994 (HC)

Kunala Subbarao and anr. Vs. Padam Nagaratnayamma

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1994(2)ALT1

..... launch by the 1st defendant. therefore, it follows that the dispute, if any, that could have been raised on behalf of the plaintiff before the mediator or mediators could have been only as regards the payment of rent by the 1st defendant for the 3 months of may, june and july, 1975. the ..... works, p.w.d, dowlaishwaram and thereby disentitled themselves to claim any amount and that suppressing the said facts the suits were filed. as regards mediation, the 1st defendant stated in his written statements that it was false that the plaintiff came to know that he removed certain parts of the launch ..... launch body of the plaintiff at dowlaishwaram. the plaintiff came to know about this recently and got the first defendant disputed by her husband before mediators sri vulavala narayanarao and sri konatala narayanaswamy for giving back the launch with all its engine parts etc., in tact and also to pay the ..... in august, 1980. p-w.4 worked as boat superintendent at dowlaishwaram from november, 1974 to february, 1977. p.w.5 was one of the 'mediators' examined. p.w.6 was the advocate-commissioner appointed by the learned subordinate judge in i.a.no. 458 of, 1976 preferred by the plaintiff, who ..... what remained of it at dowlaishwaram. after the plaintiff came to know about the same through her husband, she got the matter raised before two mediators by name vulavala narayana rao and konatala narayanaswamy for making the 1st defendant return the suit launch with all its engine parts etc., intact and to .....

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Jul 22 1997 (HC)

Prabhulingam Vs. Y. Ramiah and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1997(4)ALT376

..... 1 to his father in the year 1956 are true and that the father of the petitioner came into possession of that land under such mediation in the year 1956. under point no. 3, which relates to the plea of adverse possession set up by the petitioner herein, the learned additional chief ..... the said land under the registered sale deed dated 28-5-1970 from syed shabuddin hussain. under point no. 2 he came to the conclusion that the mediation pleaded by the present petitioner, who was the defendant in the suit, and delivery of possession of the eastern half of the land in sy. no. ..... that the respondents herein are the owners of the land and that the petitioner failed to establish his title to the disputed land either under the alleged mediation or by way of acquisition of title by adverse possession. it is also now admitted that the petitioner herein filed a.s.253/76 before the additional ..... issuance of ownership certificate under section 38-e of the tenancy act. on the other hand, the contention of the petitioner is that in view of a mediation effected by some elders in the year 1956 when disputes arose between his father and the father of the respondents, the father of the respondents gave the ..... agreed to give the eastern half of the disputed land to his father and he was also put in possession of the said land in pursuance of such mediation by the elders; that eversince 1956, his father and after his death, he alone are in exclusive possession and enjoyment of the eastern half of the .....

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Sep 17 2008 (HC)

Kovilapu Suryanarayana Vs. Jogi Thavitamma and Two ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2009(2)ALT644

..... relatives. they got equal interest in the plaintiff's averments. therefore, their own version is to be believed. ex.a-3 shows that there was a mediation in between the parties, and that the defendant agreed to give some properties, and therefore, the plaintiffs have brought stamp papers expecting that they would get ..... there is any other evidence on the part of the plaintiffs. the other witnesses of the plaintiffs, p.ws.2 to 5, speak of the mediation between the plaintiffs and the defendant, which is much subsequent to the death of parents of the parties as well as the death of eswararao as ..... the present suit after a long gap of 20 years and when they are ousted from the alleged joint family property?2. whether plaintiffs have proved mediation as alleged?3. whether the finding of the trial court in rejecting wills exs.b-3 and b-4 is justified?4. whether the suit schedule ..... 2nd plaintiff, who has intentionally disowned his signature on ex.b-3, will and his own brother p.w.4 also speaks about the mediation as one of the mediators. the statements of p.ws.4 and 5 are therefore interested testimonies and the trial court committed an error in believing the same. the ..... allegation that all the suit schedule properties are joint family properties and that the plaintiffs are not given any share in spite of the agreement in the mediation between plaintiffs and the defendant, they wanted to separate from the joint family; that the plaintiffs claim that they have given a legal notice, ex.a .....

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Jun 09 2008 (HC)

issa Venkateswarlu S/O Late I.M. Seethapathy Gupta Vs. the State of A. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2008(2)ALD(Cri)332; 2008(3)ALT(Cri)63; 2008CriLJ4092

..... him over medical check up and not over any demand for dowry. it is highly improbable and hard to believe that there would have been any occasion for mediation by elders including two practising advocates if the dispute was only regarding taking p.w. 1 by p.w. 2 for medical check up. the finding of the ..... of chowdepally were present at the time of mediation and accused refused to receive p.w. 1 unless the amount was paid as demanded and hence the panchayat failed. there is absolutely no reason to reject the ..... in the presence of his senior sri nagaraju and others. p.w. 4's evidence further corroborates the evidence of p.ws. 1 to 3 regarding failure of mediation when a-1 again demanded payment of rs. 2 lakhs for second time. p.w. 4 categorically stated that himself and his senior sri nagaraju and other villagers ..... after keeping quiet for some time, a-1 resumed his demand and harassment again, seeking payment of rs. 2 lakhs. the evidence on record further establish that the mediation attempted by p.w. 2 in the presence of pws. 3, 4 and others failed as a-1 was adamant and insisted upon payment of rs. 2 ..... she was necked out of the house by a-1. it is further alleged that p.ws. 1 to 3 again approached the accused to settle the dispute through mediation in the presence of the elders, including p.w. 4 and nagaraju, who all advised a-1 to receive p.w. 1 back, but the accused refused .....

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Feb 22 2006 (HC)

P. Munirathnam Reddy and anr. Vs. B.M. Munirathnam Reddy

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2006(5)ALD834

..... any criminal case, to see whether the witnesses were independent. by the very nature of the things, it is only the acquainted and closely related persons that would act as mediators and not those, who are unconnected, or inimically disposed.9. it is not as if the suit was pending for years together, on account of non-cooperation of the petitioners ..... the petitioners, in submitting the application under order ix rule 13 c.p.c. with a delay of 269 days, was that the dispute between them and the respondent was mediated by several well-wishers, and there existed an understanding that the parties shall not proceed with the suit, till the matter is settled. to substantiate their contention, the petitioners deposed ..... petitioners pleaded that soon after they received summons in the suit, they engaged an advocate and in the meanwhile, the well-wishers of both the parties have advised for mediation. they allege that mediation has taken place, and both the parties were advised not to proceed with the suit, till the matter is settled; and despite the same, the respondent proceeded with ..... court dismissed the ia.5. sri m vidya sugar, the learned counsel for the petitioners, submits that the petitioners as well as the mediators were examined before the trial court and though it was clearly established that the mediation has taken place between the parties, the trial court did not believe the same and dismissed the i.a., by taking hypertecnnical view .....

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Jan 25 2007 (HC)

Ponna Kotayya and ors. Vs. Ponna Peda Kotilingam and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2007(4)ALD828; 2007(5)ALT289

..... time they never demanded execution of registered sale deed. there is some evidence available on record that when a demand for partition was made then some mediation was convened and in pursuance thereof delivery was effected, it is needless to say that ex. b2 as such is not a possessory agreement of ..... is that of his father but his father has no confidence in the defendants. pw.2 was examined, who deposed about the dispute and the mediation and this witness also deposed about the plaint schedule property and the second plaintiff disputing that his father executing agreement of sale and also in relation ..... would not have waited to get a sale deed executed by the defendants. the plaint allegation mat the first plaintiff raised a dispute before the alleged mediators goes to sow that the plaintiff no. 1 had no agreement of sale in his favour. the long silence on the part of the first ..... ponna hukkum, ponna china hukkum, challa nageswararao and siddani veerabhadrudu who all belong to dagguluru. the defendants 1, 2 and 4 who attended the mediation on behalf of the joint family admitted before the elders that the joint family received the entire sale consideration under the sale agreement dated 7-1- ..... the first plaintiff making up a total of rs. 24,545-75. the contrary allegations regarding the demands in the plaint are expressly denied. the alleged mediation referred to in para 7 of the plaint was a myth. u. subbarao, g. krishnamurthy and d.v. krishnarao and close associates of the plaintiffs. .....

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Dec 18 1996 (HC)

Dabbugottu Ithaiah and ors. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1997(1)ALT(Cri)447

..... daughter of p.w. 9 with rajaka people and the other side asked for performance of the marriage of daughter of a-5 and a-6 with mutharasa people. a mediation was held on 21-1-1991 which failed. on 22-1-1991 at about 10 a.m. in pursuance of their common object of taking revenge to kill the opposite .....

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Jul 25 2005 (HC)

N. Mahadeva Naidu and anr. Vs. P. Rasool Bee (Died) by Lrs. and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2005(5)ALD614

..... demanded d-1 to d-4 for her 1/7th share in the plaint schedule properties by metes and bounds and put her in separate possession. though plaintiff convened a mediation for the division of the plaint schedule properties through elders, they did not heed the words of the elders at the advice of d-7. therefore, the plaintiff got issued .....

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Oct 06 1998 (HC)

T. Raghunatha Reddy and ors. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1998(2)ALD(Cri)721; 1998(2)ALT(Cri)560; 1999CriLJ4857

..... these two witnesses acted as mediators at the time of the marriage, but from that, it cannot be said that they spoke all truth and nothing but truth. it is clear from the testimony that they ..... far away from rajampet and also the village of pwi. pw4 is a friend of pw1 and pw5 is brother of pw2. it is their evidence that they acted as mediators for the marriage between dl and al and at that time, rs.1,00,000/- cash and 20 tolas of gold was given as dowry. it might be true that ..... ,000/- cash and 30 tolas of gold and that the said fact was not mentioned in ex.p1. he also admitted that he did not mention inex.p1 that the mediators settled to give rs.1,00,000/- cash and 20 tolas of gold and that the accused demanded to pay half of the same at the betrothal. this is only ..... by any of the accused demanding additional dowry. if dl really had complained orally about any harassment, pws.l and 2 would have taken some action in that regard like mediation by elders or lodging a complaint with the police. the absence of any such thing on the part of pws.l and 2, throws genuine doubt about the truth of ..... (pw5) went to the house of a2 and saw a1. subsequently a week later, a1 to a3 came to their house to see d1. pws.4 and 5 acted as mediators. it is said that al to a3 demanded dowry of rs. 1,50,000/- and 30 tolas of gold, which was settled for rs. 1,00,000/- and 20 tolas .....

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Mar 18 2008 (HC)

Walnut Packaging Private Limited Vs. the Sirpur Paper Mills Limited an ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : [2008]144CompCas454(AP); (2008)4CompLJ360(AP); [2009]90SCL39(AP)

..... chronology of events referred to hereinabove in brief would show that walnut gave three notices - in 2001, 2003 and 2004 - even while exploring possibilities to get money by way of mediation and negotiations. walnut even went to extent of retaining unused material informing second respondent that material would be returned only on payment of amount. all these practices were intended only ..... material and claimed lien over it. immediately, walnut sent notice under section 434 of the act. brewing of dispute commenced with this. after issue of notice, admittedly, there was unsuccessful mediation and parleys between parties for an agreed settlement in vain.11. walnut returned material but still money was not coming. at one stage, walnut was asked to accept the payment ..... reply thereto subsidiary company requested walnut to return balance material. request for return of unprocessed pulp board was refused claiming lien for non-payment.2. in may 2002, there was mediation between walnut and subsidiary company before an advocate of second respondent. it was agreed that subsidiary company would pay walnut after return of pulp board. petitioner returned material on 04 .....

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