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Dec 11 1924 (PC)

Ramaswami Alias Duraiyya Sembimutharasu and ors. Vs. Emperor

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1925Mad1213

..... goes to show that their common object was to use criminal force. it is also very significant that there is no evidence whatever that, after the mediation fell through, there was any communication from the leaders of the pallar party near the oorani to the kallars seated at a distance. all that happens is ..... some of the pallars took sticks with them for purposes of self-defence in case of any unpremeditated attack by the kallars in the course of any mediation or parley. the common intention of au unlawful assembly to use criminal force must be established as a fact by legal evidence. there is in this ..... away; and the story that the learned sessions judge accepts is that the kallars after the mediation fell through, ran towards the pallars, surrounded them and attacked them. the pallars naturally in self-defence inflicted injuries on several kallars. on those facts the ..... passing to the oorani they had necessarily to pass through; the place where the pallars were residing. after arriving at the oorani the attempt at mediation was again renewed. it was again rejected by the kallars. at that time there were about 20 or 30 pallars seated about 200 or 300 yards ..... evidence and the finding of the sessions judge thereon, there can be no doubt as to what took place. there was an attempt at mediation by the mediators with the kallars in the village. the kallars would not have it and they then proceeded in large numbers armed to the oorani. the .....

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Mar 08 1996 (HC)

Pappammal (Died) and ors. Vs. Valiammai (Died) and ors.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1996)2MLJ194

..... also said that after the business dealings between the plaintiff and the defendant was over, there was a panchayat. but he does not give the date or year of the mediation. he says:if that be so, possession of the defendants can only be on the basis that they were expecting a document from the plaintiff. that possession can never be ..... possession with mesne profits.4. in the written statement filed by the defendant, he contended that the plaintiff had no title over a schedule property. he also denied the alleged mediation in 1959. insofar as the notice issued in 1959, he did not answer the same, but said that he does not remember to have sent any reply to the notice ..... , 1962. thereafter, they committed default in paying the rent. finally suit notice was issued in 1964 seeking possession of c schedule property. the defendants also sent a reply denying the mediation and also the rental arrangement insofar as the c schedule property was concerned. they also denied the title of the plaintiff. therefore, the plaintiff filed the suit for declaration of ..... illegal acts committed by the defendants and wanted them to surrender the trespassed area. at that time, there was some mediation through panchayat. then, the defendants had also trespassed into the c schedule property. that was in the year 1959. the mediation was accepted by both the parties, and the defendants agreed that in so far as c schedule item was concerned .....

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Jul 07 2010 (HC)

R.Sunil Agarwal .. Vs. the State Rep. by the Inspector of Police

Court : Chennai

..... the present petition seeking anticipatory bail. this court by order dated 06.04.2010, while granting interim anticipatory bail to the petitioner, referred the matter to the mediation centre of this court for mediation. mediation has however failed and therefore, the case is now again before this court. 5.the learned senior counsel appearing for the petitioner would submit that it is because .....

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Nov 20 2015 (HC)

M. Rathinavelu and Others Vs. The State represented by Inspector of Po ...

Court : Chennai

..... accused was on and off. on three occasion, the defacto complainant came back to india from america and whenever she came to india, she was sent back to america after mediation by elders. it is also contended that the complaint has not been given by the defacto complainant before the dowry prohibition officer and therefore the complaint itself is not maintainable ..... complainant returned to india on 26.02.2006unable to bear the harassment meted out to her at the hands of a-2 and a-5. once again, there was a mediation by the elders of both sides and as per their advise, the defacto complainant went back to america on 12.03.2006. (iii) during april 2006, the defacto complainant became .....

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Oct 15 2012 (HC)

K. Sugi Vs. R. Rajarathinam

Court : Chennai

..... , at the all women wing police station, old washermenpet, and subsequently, the case was registered as crime no.4 of 2009. it was submitted that even at the time of mediation in the anticipatory bail application filed by the respondent, the petitioner had demanded rs.50,000/-. the respondent had also denied the allegations in the petition that the petitioner was ..... the court of the sessions judge seeking anticipatory bail and during the course of these proceedings, the matter was referred for mediation by the learned principal sessions judge. it was submitted that even before the dowry prohibition officer and the mediators in the sessions court, the respondent behaved rudely and called her "kullachi". it was submitted that the respondent and his family .....

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Jul 28 2016 (HC)

G.V. Sampath Vs. M/s. Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore and Oth ...

Court : Chennai

..... appeal had jointly represented before the learned judge while passing the order on 30.07.2013 in the above said applications that the matter could be amicably resolved before the mediation and conciliation centre and sought the indulgence of the court. 38. having made such a representation before this court that there would be a bright chance of settlement, then this ..... 5 of the above said order the learned judge has observed that there is a request by learned counsel for both parties that the matter can be amicably resolved by mediation and conciliation and sought the court's indulgence in the matter. the said plea will be considered on the next hearing date. 37. from the above context it is clear .....

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Mar 26 2014 (HC)

Tarun Karthik Vs. Regional Passport Officer

Court : Chennai

..... speed post on 04.06.2011 to hyderabad. suddenly, the third respondent and his relatives moved for anticipatory bail before this court and this court has ordered for mediation and at the time of mediation on 18.09.2011, the petitioner withdrew her complaint filed before the police station on the request made by her husband for re union, without prejudice to .....

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Jul 18 2005 (HC)

Rt. Ref. T. Aruldoss, Bishop, Tamil Evangelical Lutheran Church Vs. D. ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 2005(4)CTC362

..... on my part. i sincerely regret for such action and i once again tender my unconditional apology. as a measure of true repentance i undertake to pay the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, high court, madras a sum of rs. 10,000 within three days. i once again pray that this hon'ble court may be pleased to accept my ..... as donation. accordingly, the same is treated as donation.20. in view of the undertaking that the appellant would pay a further costs of rs. 10,000 to tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, high court, madras, it would be appropriate to direct him to pay the said costs namely, rs. 10,000 as donation to the tamil nadu ..... mediation and conciliation centre, within three days from today, since in our opinion, it would reflect the realisation of the mistake committed by him. accordingly, the same is ordered.21. it .....

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Feb 21 2007 (HC)

S. Chandra Vs. C.V. Sridharan

Court : Chennai

Reported in : II(2007)DMC187

..... 13.7.2006, at the request of the parties, the matter was referred to the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre. however, the same was returned back by the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, noting the fact that the respondent was not interested in the mediation, nor did he attend any session. the papers were returned back to the court by its .....

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Oct 08 2012 (HC)

B. Ranganathan and Another Vs. State Represented by Inspector of Polic ...

Court : Chennai

..... measuring 20.95 acres in nolambur village and a portion of the land measuring 94 cents is offered for sale and the owners have authorised m/s.national developers to mediate for and on their behalf to fix the sale price and to sell the said portion of the land and the second petitioner herein t.c.venkatesh @ gowrisankar was assisting ..... messages dated 10.06.2009 and 11.06.2009 respectively sent to the tamil nadu state legal services authority on the eve of publishing a book on alternative disputes resolution-mediation titled 'adr # an overview' on 13.06.2009. 50. his lordship hon'ble mr.justice k.g.balakrishnan, in his message has stated as under: the importance of ..... mediation is underscored by the fact that it is an important device to tackle the mounting caseload before courts at all levels. his lordship hon'ble mr.justice s.b.sinha, .....

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