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Mar 25 1998 (HC)

R. Sankaranarayanan Vs. Anandhavalli

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-25-1998

Reported in : (1998)2MLJ490

..... hereby direct that the marriage between the appellant and the respondent shall stand dissolved by a decree of divorce.during the last fourteen years, in spite of an attempt for mediation, there was no reconciliation and there was no contact at all between the spouses. on the other hand, they have spent these valuable period of youth in the litigation, fighting .....

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Nov 19 1998 (HC)

Ranjitham Ammal Vs. Maragathammal and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-19-1998

Reported in : (1999)1MLJ753

..... document in favour of one murugesan, as such the default was on the part of the plaintiff; that the defendants have not violated the terms and conditions of agreement; that mediation was done in december 1978 and the draft sale deed was given to the defendants only then; that a suit to recover possession is filed by the defendants in the .....

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Jul 28 1998 (HC)

Balaraja and Another Vs. Syed Masood Rowther and Another

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-28-1998

Reported in : 1998(2)CTC505; (1998)IIIMLJ398

..... under ex.p.l, a specified property has been agreed to be sold for a specified consideration to a specified person. the terms have been agreed in the presence of mediators. the mere contemplation of execution of another document with some more terms cannot invalidate the terms already agreed. in substance, what the parties contemplated under ex.p.1 is some ..... vacant site was agreed to be sold for rs.6 lakhs by the second respondent. it is also stated that the terms and conditions were accepted in the presence of mediators. the parties to the said document are the first and second respondent herein. there is also a clause in the said document, which states that in this regard with other ..... spices board informed the second respondent to take the sale deed, the second respondent was delaying the execution of the sale in favour of the first respondent. there was a mediation by the rajapalayam jamayath. but thesecond respondent failed to attend the jamayath. the jamayath passed a resolution on 12.5.1997 and 16.6.1997 against the second respondent. on .....

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Apr 22 1998 (HC)

Saleem Basha Vs. Mumtaz Begum

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-22-1998

Reported in : II(1999)DMC206

..... there was an attempt for a settlement prior to the divorce and when there was no such attempt prior to divorce to arrive at a settlement by mediators, then there cannot be a valid divorce under mohammedan law.26. in the present case, the reasons given by the revision petitioner in his 'talaqnama' ..... the above decisions and take the view that the divorce must be preceded among muslims by an attempt of reconciliation between the husband and wife by two mediators - one chosen by the wife from her family and the other by the husband from his side. in the above view of the matter a ..... with law and it is valid 'talaq' inasmuch as there were no conciliation proceedings earlier between the revision petitioner and the respondent in the presence of two mediators.18. the learned magistrate of the trial court referred to a passage of the learned author dr. tahir mahmood in his book 'the muslim law of ..... by the revision petitioner/husband to persuade his wife, the respondent herein, to come and live with him or he referred to any conciliation proceedings by mediators to reform his wife and thereby to enable the revision petitioner to run his family. these aspects were totally absent in the 'talaqnama' dated 30.11 ..... in this talaqnama dated 30.11.1992 marked as exhibit p.5 that any conciliation proceeding was initiated between them at any point of time by any mediator nor it is stated in this 'talaqnama' dated 30.11.1992 marked as exhibit p.5 that the revision petitioner/ husband called upon his wife, .....

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Apr 22 1998 (HC)

Saleem Basha Vs. Mrs. Mumtaz Begam

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-22-1998

Reported in : 1999(1)ALD(Cri)182; 1998CriLJ4782

..... there was an attempt for a settlement prior to the divorce and when there was no such attempt prior to divorce to arrive at a settlement by mediators, then there cannot be a valid divorce under mohomedan law.25. in the present case, the reasons given by the revision petitioner in his talaqnama ..... the above decisions and take the view that the divorce must be preceded among muslims by an attempt of reconciliation between the husband and wife by two mediators - one chosen by the wife from her family and the other by the husband from his side. in the above view of the matter a ..... it is valid 'talaq' in as much as there were no conciliation proceedings earlier between the revision petitioner and the respondent earlier in the presence of two mediators.18. the learned magistrate of the trial court referred to a passage of the learned author dr. tahir mahmood in his book. 'the muslim law of ..... the revision petitioner/husband to pursuant to his wife, the respondet herein, to come and live with him or he referred to any conciliation proceedings by mediators to reform his wife and thereby to enable the revision petitioner to run his family. these aspects were totally absent in the talaknama dated 30-11 - ..... in this talaknama dated 30-11-1992 marked as exhibit p. 5 that any conciliation proceeding was initiated between them at any point of time by any mediator nor it is stated in this talaknama dated 30-11-1992 marked as exhibit p. 5 that the revision petitioner/husband called upon his wife, the .....

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Oct 05 1998 (HC)

L. Dakshinamoorthy, Advocate, 61, Kalianman Koil Street, Komarapalayam ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-05-1998

Reported in : 1998(2)CTC592

..... and two more clauses were added. even according to the complaint, these two more clauses were added without their authority. it must be stated that the petitioner was not a mediator. he only helped the arbitrator, and it is his case that the arbitrator also agreed to have those clauses included. if this is the scope of the complaint, what is .....

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Oct 05 1998 (HC)

L. Dakshinamoorthy, Advocate Vs. Bar Council of Tamil Nadu Represented ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-05-1998

Reported in : (1999)1MLJ188

..... and two more clauses were added. even according to the complaint, these two more clauses were added without their authority. it must be stated that the petitioner was not a mediator. he only helped the arbitrator, and it is his case that the arbitrator also agreed to have those clause included. if this is the scope of the complaint, what is .....

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Feb 17 1998 (HC)

ismail Gani Vs. Maim Ponn Pattu Beevi and Another

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-17-1998

Reported in : 1998(1)CTC735; (1998)IIIMLJ64

order1. the first defendant is the appellant. the first respondent herein filed suit o.s.no.140 of 1984 before the district munsif's court, melur, against the appellant and the second respondent for declaration and permanent injunction on the following averments:the suit property of an extent of 60 cents in r.s.no.293/2 out of a total extent of 3 acres 22 cents in nadumandalam village, natham vattam, originally belonged to her father kattuvan rowther and on his death there was a partition under a registered deed ex.a-1 on 12th april, 1956. under the partition, the suit property was allotted to the first respondent's mother ayesha beevi ammal. since the first respondent was not allotted any share in the properties of her father, the mother ayesha beevi executed a gift deed ex,a-2 dated 7.5.1964 in favour of the first respondent in respect of the property allotted to ayesha beevi. the first respondent in her turn, executed a registereddeed of maintenance under ex.a-3 dated 7.5.1984 in favour of her mother ayesha beevi, under which ayesha beevi was given a right to enjoy the income from the properties without powers of alienation during her life time and thereafter the property was to be taken by the first respondent. ayesha beevi was in enjoyment till she died on 11.11.1982 and since her death the first respondent was in possession of the suit property. as her possession was sought to be disturbed by the appellant on or about 20.4.1984, the suit came to be filed.2. the .....

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Oct 12 1998 (HC)

Vorion Chemicals and Distilleries Ltd. Vs. Inspecting Assistant Commis ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-12-1998

Reported in : [2000]246ITR638(Mad)

s. jagadeesan, j.1. the petitioner has filed this writ petition to quash the order of the first respondent in his proceedings f. no. i/december, 1985, dated march 11, 1988.2. the petitioner purchased the property situated in r. s. no. 126/5 (part) under a registered sale deed dated august 9, 1985, for a total consideration of rs. 32,20,000 from one r.v. sarojini devi. the vendor obtained the certificate under section 230a of the income-tax act, 1961. the property consists of 12 grounds and 494 sq. ft. with a building of 2,200 sq. ft. in the ground floor and 800 sq. ft. in the first floor. the land attracts the purview of the land ceiling act and the petitioner has to meet the proposed land acquisition proceedings arising out of the urban land ceiling regulation act. the vendor is in any way not responsible to clear the proceedings that would arise under the land ceiling act. keeping all these in mind, the value of the property has been fixed at rs. 32,20,000 which represents the fair market value.3. the first respondent issued a notice dated july 10, 1986, calling upon the petitioner to produce certain documents relating to the purchase of the property. the petitioner was served with another letter from the district valuation officer, income-tax department, madras-6, on july 2, 1986. the district valuation officer requested the petitioner to furnish certain documents to him on or before july 14, 1986, on the ground that the first respondent had requested him to value the .....

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Aug 07 1998 (HC)

Vorion Chemicals and Distilleries Ltd. Vs. Inspecting Assistant Commis ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-07-1998

Reported in : (1999)152CTR(Mad)447

orderjagadeesam, 1:the petitioner has filed this writ petition to quash the order of the first respondent in his proceedings f. no. i/dec. 1985 dt. 1ith march, 1988.2. the petitioner purchased the property situated in r.s. no. 12615 (part) under a registered sale deed dt. 9th aug., 1985 for a total consideration of rs. 32,20,000 from one r.v. sarojini devi. the vendor obtained the certificate under s. 230a of the it act. the property consists of 12 grounds and 494 sq. ft. with a building of 2,200 sq. ft. in the ground floor and 800 sq. ft. in the first floor. the land attracts the purview of the land ceiling act and the petitioner has to meet the proposed land acquisition proceedings arising out of the urban land ceiling regulation act. the vendor is anyway not responsible to clear the proceedings that would arise under the land ceiling act. keeping all these in mind, the value of the property has been fixed at rs. 32,20,000 which represents the fair market value.3. the first respondent issued a notice dt. 10th july, 1986, calling upon the petitioner to produce certain documents relating to the purchase of the property. the petitioner was served with another letter from the district valuation officer, it department, madras-6 on 2nd july, 1986. the district valuation officer requested the petitioner to furnish certain documents to him on or before 14th july, 1986, on the ground that the first respondent had requested him to value the property. the petitioner furnished the .....

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