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Oct 24 1986 (HC)

S.A. Halima Bivi Ammal Vs. S.A. Fatima Bivi and ors.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1987Mad129; (1987)IIMLJ351

..... the purpose of this case. the lower court has given cogent and convincing reasons for rejecting the evidence of d.ws.1 to 3 with reference to mediation as unsatisfactory and unacceptable. 29. in order to show that only subsequent to the said family arrangement mutation in respect of the house at rajagiri was ..... 1, he would have written a letter to the concerned panchayat board to that effect, but there was no necessity for him to have mentioned about the mediation, settlement and other things. under this, it is stated that the settlement deed dated 24-12-1968 was not acted upon and it was not accepted by ..... the appellant he gave instructions for the preparation of the written statement and at that time, he knew the date, month and the year of the said mediation. if it is so, there is absolutely no reason as to why the date and month were not specifically mentioned in the written statement. it is ..... as per exhibit a-1 she got the said properties. in these circumstances, the irresistible conclusion that can be arrived at is that the allegation that there was mediation is false. p.- w. i would stoutly deny any such arrangement. according to her, from the date of the settlement deed, she is in possession ..... said arrangement in her notice under ex. a. 25. when d. w. 3 states in his evidence that he was one of the mediators and in the said mediation the entire house at rajagiri was given to the first respondent and the entire lands at vadakkumangudi were given to the appellant and from the date .....

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Apr 11 1956 (HC)

P. Murugayya Pillai and ors. Vs. S. Somasundaram Pillai and ors.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1957Mad100

..... that the lands of the family in narasingam-pettai and other lands taken on lease by them were not put in the possession of the mediators, in this mediation a strenuous attempt was made to draw up lists of the assets of the family. d. w. 3 krishnas-awmi ayyangar collected data with ..... the learned subordinate judge was constrained to agree. no doubt, the idea of settling matters by administering oaths appears to have been entertained at the mediation : see paragraph 34 of his judgment.in the face of the large volume of evidence about this taking of oaths which could not be a ..... 17 but i cannot say even approximately how long prior to ex. a-17 this arrangement took place. the arrangement was come to in the presence of mediator narayanaswami padayachi. he and krishnaswami ayyangar alone know about it'. .this narayanaswami padayachi referred to is not a witness. as reagrds krishnaswami ayyangar examined as ..... deed written in 1938 by d. w. 10. but this draft did not result in a partition deed being executed. in 1939 the parties sought a mediation by an influential ryot of tirukkodikaval by name narayanasami padayachi, krishnaswami ay-yangar, examined as d. w. 3, and one doraisami. padayachi. to these three ..... an extra share as the eldest son, which the other brothers were unwilling to concede.in the same year there was another attempt at partition by the mediation of panchapakesa ayyar, the karnam of tuhili, doraisami mudaliar and tuhili / muthiah pillai. exs. b-6 to rule 10 and a-8 relate to .....

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Aug 13 1912 (PC)

Manikkavachaka Desika Gnana Sambanda Pandara Sannadhi Vs. Sabapatiya P ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 18Ind.Cas.221

..... being the property of the tiruppanandal mutt. the pandara sannadhi put in a claim saying that it was his property. then there was this petition of august reciting this mediation. in this mediation, nothing was said of any liability of the mutt itself. it was merely recited that it had been arranged that the pandara sannadhi should pay. now, what was this ..... simply says that, as a matter of grace, he had agreed to pay this amount. the whole proceedings took place upon that basis and i cannot see how in this mediation there was any bona fide claim against the mutt. if there had been any bona fide claim against the mutt, one would expect that it should have bean indicated clearly ..... find is that saminatha put in a petition, exhibit x, dated 3rd august 1895, headed ponnambala tambiran v. saminatha tambiran in which he stated that certain persons had been appointed mediators and a peaceful arrangement made whereby it was agreed (amongst other things) that 'as the balance of rs. 45,660 has been arranged to be paid by the dharmapuram adhinam ..... mediation? this was a mediation between ponnambala and saminatha. take it, if you will, that it was also a mediation between ponnambala and the pandara sannadhi as well, as he was claiming for his own the rs. 40,000 which he said .....

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Nov 02 2011 (HC)

S.Gokila Vs. the Superintendent of Police

Court : Chennai

..... the detenu had appeared before this court and stated that he was not under the illegal detention of the 5th respondent nor he wanted to go with the petitioner. the mediation, referred by this court, was also failed and in the meanwhile, the detenu has filed a petition in h.m.o.p.36 of 2011, before the learned subordinate judge ..... appeared before this court and he did not want to go with the petitioner and as it was an act concerning humanity, the matter was referred to mediation by this court and unfortunately, the mediation was failed.16.it is also made known to the court that a h.m.o.p. was filed by the detenu against the petitioner, seeking for ..... the detenu and found that the detenu was not willing to go with the petitioner and therefore, there was a referral by this court, to mediation and conciliation centre, to compromise between the petitioner and detenu. the mediation referred by this court was not successful. at this stage, the case has been again posted before us and we heard further arguments of .....

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Mar 17 1926 (PC)

S. Ramachandra Iyer Vs. T.S. Narayanasami Aiyar

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1927Mad426

..... is binding on the parties and is not irrelevant. therefore the district munsif ought to have framed an issue as regards the mediation and recorded a finding thereon. seeing he has not taken such a course, strictly speaking, i ought to call for a finding. but, though there is no issue, the parties ..... mediators also agreeing beforehand that they should abide by the decision of the mediators, i think if such a mediation is completed, i. e., ended in a decision that so much be paid by one party to the other, that decision ..... ); whether the entries in the plaintiff's account are true and (2) what amount is the plaintiff entitled to recover? at p. 5 he also says that the question of mediation is irrelevant for the purpose of the suit. if there are disputes between two parties and if they agree to refer the matter to .....

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Oct 31 1934 (PC)

N.A.M. Appasami Pillai Vs. Morangam Muthirian and anr.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1935Mad371; 157Ind.Cas.259; (1935)68MLJ73

..... question sufficient? what the defendant asserts there is in effect:there was on my part a past liability for a larger sum. but owing to certain claims i made, the mediators fixed my debt at a reduced amount. for that sum alone i am liable, which i am remitting.9. in regard to the original debt there is no more than ..... liability as is sufficient for that purpose.2. the plaintiff, alleging that a certain sum was due to him, has filed the suit. the defendant pleads that there was a mediation at which an amount smaller than the sum claimed, was fixed as due by him and that he paid the sum so fixed in full discharge of the plaintiff's ..... further contention is, that it contains a sufficient acknowledgment. the lower court has found on the issues of fact, that the defendant has failed to prove that there was a mediation and that on the date of the payment there was still a balance due.3. in the letter in question, the defendant, alleging the ..... mediation, states expressly that beyond the amount he is remitting, no further sum is due; in other words, that the payment is in full discharge of the debt. does such a .....

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Aug 21 1995 (HC)

Annamalai Vs. State by Inspector of Police

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 1996CriLJ535

..... p. w. 5. p. w. 5 of course, would state that there was want of cordial relationship between the deceased and his wife manonmany and he in fact, tried to mediate and settle the difference between them and brought the wife of the deceased to his custody from her parents house, some two months prior to the occurrence and the efforts ..... bringing back his wife to the matrimonial abode by reporting the matter to p. ws. 5 and 6 who it is said, tried their best to effect mediation between the spouses. however, such a mediation proved colossal failure two months prior to the occurrence. c. the first accused was stated to have some sort of an embittered relationship with his brother-in .....

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Mar 26 1996 (HC)

Arokiasamy Vs. State by Public Prosecutor

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 1996CriLJ3390

..... to his house to question him as to the missing bicycle. initially the accused denied knowledge of the missing bicycle. some how or other at the mediation effected by p.w. 5 and one senthiyagu, the respectable persons of the village, the accused was able to retrieve the bicycle, which was kept ..... at all seek the help of the deceased. in such a situation, the deceased appeared to have curtly refused the request of the accused in mediating and settling the dispute between himself and his wife, by stating that the accused, who had gone to the house of his wife of his ..... direction, as desired by the accused. the reason was rather obvious. 15. as already stated, the himalayan efforts taken by the deceased initially to mediate and settle the dispute between the accused and his wife, faced dismal failure only because of the attitude of the accused, in the sense of himself ..... to what had happened to the bicycle. the accused initially told the deceased that he knew nothing about the missing of the bicycle. thereafter, at the mediation of p. w. 5 and one santhiyagu, the accused after some resistance initially, however retrieved the bicycle, which was kept in the adjacent house ..... stated to be living in his village munaiventri along with his mother, while his wife arulmary had been living in her native village tiruvarangam. it appears mediation efforts were undertaken by the deceased initially and the efforts so taken faced dismal failure. though arulmary, wife of the accused was living in her .....

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Apr 25 1893 (PC)

Aukella Vydianatham Vs. Kuncham Gangarazu

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1893)3MLJ132

..... v thynne show, p. c. 76, which went to the house of lords is that it is conducive to public good that marriages should be procured and promoted by the mediation of relatives and friends and not by hirelings. on principle this rule appears to be of general application and not of a special or conventional character. is there anything then .....

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Aug 07 1934 (PC)

Sri Mahant Prayag Doss Jee Varu and ors. Vs. Archakam Bokkasam Govinda ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1935Mad220; 157Ind.Cas.547; (1935)68MLJ295

..... xxiii. as stated in the endorsements on ex. xxiii(b), a draft was prepared embodying the best that could be got from him in the circumstances, 'after considerable cogitation and mediation'. ex. xxiii(b) contains a recital that records have been filed, that 'bokkasam' service in the tirumalai devasthanam should be performed by the archakas of tiruchanur devasthanam. the present record .....

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