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Nov 01 2016 (HC)

Petitioner Vs. Respondent

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-01-2016

..... .a.sr.no.45965 of 2016, subject to the condition that the petitioner/ appellant/accused shall pay a sum of rs.3000/- (rupees three thousand only) to the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, high court, madras, within a period of two weeks from day, failing which, it is made clear that the petition shall stand dismissed automatically without any further .....

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Sep 02 2016 (HC)

G. Rameshkannan and Others Vs. The Inspector of Police, All Women Poli ...

Court : Chennai Madurai

Decided on : Sep-02-2016

..... permission to compound cannot be considered at all. 5.2. so far as this case is concerned, the defacto complainant has stated that they have settled their dispute before the mediation centre and she has received rs.5 lakhs as compensation and both the defacto complainant and her husband have decided to file a petition for divorce by mutual consent and .....

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Aug 26 2016 (HC)

S. Kulandaivel Vs. The Inspector of Police, Chennai

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-26-2016

..... shall be handed over to the police under due acknowledgment, for the purpose of investigation. for signature comparison, the police require the signatures of kulandaivel, of the period when the mediation report dated 18.12.2014 was signed. kulandaivel is directed to co-operate with the police in this regard and furnish necessary particulars if available. the assistant commissioner of police ..... station, vepery to the file of b-4 high court police station, chennai. 16. learned additional public prosecutor submitted that the police need free access to the records in the mediation centre as well on the file of this court. 17. there is much force in the submission of the learned additional public prosecutor. therefore, this court permits the investigating officer ..... to the police or the registrar general of this court, if any enquiry is conducted and if it is found that there was impersonation of the defacto complainant before the mediation, it is open to petitioner to approach this court for appropriate orders. 7. in the result, this petition is not maintainable and hence, it is dismissed." 9. from a reading ..... .ramanathan, j. on 16.02.2015. mr.sathyaseelan for mr.elango, advocate appeared before r.s.ramanathan,j. on 16.02.2015 and contended that kulandaivel had not signed the mediation agreement and that someone had impersonated him. recording the submission, r.s.ramanathan,j. refused to interfere and dismissed the petition in crl.o.p.sr.no.2203 of 2015 .....

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Mar 23 2016 (HC)

M/s. Salma Construction Pvt. Ltd., Represented by its Managing Directo ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-23-2016

..... defendants agreed to pay a sum of rs.25,000/- (rupees twenty five thousand only) to the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, madras high court, chennai. the above payment shall be made within a period of three weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. ..... learned counsel for the parties as well as the parties who are present before this court that they may voluntarily come forward to contribute certain amount to the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, madras high court, chennai. 5. accordingly, the plaintiff has readily come forward to pay a sum of rs.75,000/- (rupees seventy five thousand only) and the ..... nadu mediation and conciliation centre, high court, madras. mediation agreement date: 21.03.2016 mediation case no. : 1031/2015 case details :o.a.no.550/2015 in c.s.no.425/2015 referred by :hon ble mr.justice k ..... encumbrance over the suit schedule property; c) to direct the defendants to pay the costs of the suit.) 1. the matter was referred for mediation and the parties have settled the issue among themselves and a mediation agreement dated 21.03.2016 has been entered into incorporating the memorandum of compromise dated 21.03.2016, which reads as follows: before the tamil .....

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Jul 25 2016 (HC)

P.K. Srikumar Vs. Harshitha Gopinathan

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-25-2016

..... the respondent herself admits in her evidence that she sent the response after receipt of the documents from the superior court of california and she had also participated in the mediation over telephone. the order of the foreign court is very clear about the service and participation of the respondent in the proceedings. therefore, the plea about violation of ..... court. thus after due service and participation of the respondent, subjecting herself to the jurisdiction of the superior court of california by sending written response and involved in the mediation through telephonically. the superior court of california passed the orders granting sole legal and physical custody of the minor child, srihari srikumar to the appellant. 19. section 13 ..... temporary custody order granting our client mr.srikumar puthupadi kanthadai custody of minor child srihari srikumar, date of birth 09/16/08 (file october 31, 2011); f) order to attend mediation (filed october 31, 2011); g) income and expense declaration (filed october 7, 2011); h) blank response - marriage form. i) blank declaration under uniform child custody jurisdiction and ..... as the child being the citizen of usa by birth. the respondent sent a reply to the show cause notice of the superior court and also participated in the mediation telephonically. the superior court of california rendered its judgment, after recording the service and participation of the respondent in the proceedings. the respondent also admits during cross-examination .....

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Nov 03 2016 (HC)

S. Prabhu Vs. T. Yuvarani

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-03-2016

..... disposal along with f.c.o.p.no.4694 of 2014. 15. the learned principal judge family court, chennai is directed to refer the parties to mediation before taking up the matter for trial. it should be the endeavour of the learned principal judge family court, chennai, to arrive at a settlement ..... petitioner. 13. the learned counsel for the petitioner submitted that the matter would be settled, in case the respondent is made to appear before the mediator. the only way to tackle this situation is to transfer the proceedings to the family court at chennai, so that the counsel for the respondent ..... no.20 of 2015, before the family court at vellore. the petitioner is prepared to settle the matter, in case the respondent appears before the mediation centre. 11. the petitioner in his affidavit filed in support of this transfer petition, narrated the difficulties faced by him when he appeared before the ..... file of family court, vellore. 9. the learned counsel for the petitioner contended that the matter would be settled, in case, it is referred to mediation. according to the learned counsel, the advocate, by name thiru. p.k.sridhar, is standing in the way of settlement and he is not permitting ..... by the respondent, and her men, including her advocate. 8. the petitioner, in his additional affidavit, dated 22.10.2016 submitted that there was a mediation for settling the matter. however, the counsel for the respondent, by name, thiru. p.k.sridhar was not agreeable for settlement, unless a sum of rs .....

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Sep 12 2016 (HC)

Selvarani Vs. Sundaresan

Court : Chennai Madurai

Decided on : Sep-12-2016

..... .10.2015 submitted by the petitioner in petition in h.m.o.p.no.18 of 2011, on the file of sub-judge, pudukkottai and refer the same to the mediation centre or lok adalat for reaching an amicable settlement between the petitioner and her husband.) 1. this revision has been filed seeking for a direction to the sub-court, pudukkottai ..... .10.2015 submitted by the petitioner in petition in h.m.o.p.no.18 of 2011, on the file of sub-judge, pudukkottai and refer the same to the mediation centre or lok adalat for reaching an amicable settlement between the petitioner and her husband. 2. pursuant to the order of this court by order dated 6.6.2016, the ..... matter has been referred to the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, madurai to explore the possibility of settlement between the parties. 3. by mediation report, dated 11.8.2016, the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, madurai bench of madras high court, madurai has submitted before this court that the ..... mediation could not succeed. therefore the case is referred back to this court, for further adjudication. 4. in the light of the above said mediation report, nothing survives for adjudication in the civil revision petition and hence the same become infructuous. accordingly, the civil revision petition .....

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Mar 30 2016 (HC)

V. Karnan Vs. T. Vivekanandhan and Another

Court : Chennai Madurai

Decided on : Mar-30-2016

..... days in filing the appeal. 9. taking into consideration that the litigation is between father and son and there was settlement of earlier suit by mediation, the delay in filing can be condoned by awarding cost to the respondent. in the result, this civil revision petition is allowed on condition that ..... filed the appeal, along with the petition to condone the delay of 61 days. according to the petitioner, the delay occurred, as there was mediation to settle the matter. it is well settled that length of delay is not a criteria and the attitude of the petitioner must be bonafide and ..... first respondent gave police complaint, against the petitioner and was taking treatment as in-patient. the petitioner has falsely stated that there was a chance for mediation, which caused the delay in filing the appeal. 6. heard the learned counsel on either side and perused the materials available on record. 7. from ..... the first respondent examined himself as rw1 and marked ex.r1-copy of the fir and ex.r2-discharge summary and submitted that there was no mediation as alleged by the petitioner. the learned judge considering the facts and materials on record, dismissed the application filed by the petitioner. against that order ..... and decree, dated 04.07.2014, in o.s.no.130 of 2010, the first respondent/plaintiff misguided him that there is a possibility for mediation between them and therefore, he could not file the appeal in time. 3. the first respondent filed counter affidavit and stated that there was no .....

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Jul 28 2016 (HC)

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

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-28-2016

..... 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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Jul 12 2016 (HC)

Karuppaiah Vs. P.R. Rajesh Kumar and Another

Court : Chennai Madurai

Decided on : Jul-12-2016

..... petition for anticipatory bail filed before this court by the first respondent, on the representation made on his side that he will settle the matter, the matter was referred to mediation and conciliation centre and due to his absence, the matter was referred back to the court and when this court was not inclined to grant anticipatory bail in favour of ..... the representation made on the side of the petitioners that they will settle the matter, this court referred the matter to the mediation and conciliation centre attached to this bench. during mediation, the accused persons did not appear before the mediation centre and there was no possibility of settlement and therefore the matter was referred back to the court. when this court was .....

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