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Sep 03 2004 (HC)

Parmar Karsanbhai Raghubhai Vs. Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : [2005(106)FLR767]; (2005)2GLR946

..... , a step in social justice direction.2. the learned advocates appearing for the parties in this group of petitions, upon long drawn, inter-se, as well as, in the court, mediation, negotiation has fruitfully culminated into a common and agreed formula, which is, evidently, reflected in the form of additional affidavit filed on behalf of the respondent no.1ahmedabad municipal corporation ..... . the affidavit in reply on behalf of the respondent is filed, which is in the form of additional affidavit, which upon inter-se, as well as, during court's proceedings mediations and negotiations is articulated and transcribed in it. the said additional affidavit shall form part of it.3. it is noticed from the said additional affidavit that the deponent has .....

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Mar 12 1970 (HC)

Amarsinhji Mills Ltd. Vs. Sanalal G. Patvi (Deceased by His Legal Heir ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1971)12GLR117

..... of industrial disputes and machinery has been provided at different levels to see that the employer and the employee settle their disputes either by agreement or through conciliation or through mediation of different officers but as few matters as possible should be taken to the labour court and industrial court. it is with this object in view that the legislature requires .....

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Dec 15 1992 (HC)

Amarsinh Swaroopsinh and ors. Vs. Jagdish Processors

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1993)2GLR1398; (1994)ILLJ743Guj

..... . this is consistent with the object sought to be achieved by the provision of the act. the act aims at settlement of disputes by agreement or through conciliation or through mediation of different officers. emphasis is on settlement of disputes. therefore, the correct interpretation of the expression 'no such application shall lie unless....' and of the expression 'no agreement has been ..... for settlement of industrial disputesand machinery has been provided at differentlevels to see that the employer and the employee settle their disputes either by agreement or through conciliation or through mediation of different officers. attempt has been made to see that as far as possible few matters should betaken to the labour court and industrial court. the prime object of the .....

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Jan 28 2009 (HC)

Creative Infocity Ltd. Vs. Gujarat Informatics Ltd.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2009)3GLR1877

..... capable of meeting the needs of the specific arbitration and to minimise the supervisory role of the courts in the arbitral process and to permit the arbitral tribunal to use mediation, conciliation or other procedure through arbitral proceedings.29. as observed by the hon'ble supreme court in the case of india household and healthcare ltd. v. l.g. household and .....

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May 12 2011 (HC)

Rakesh Prahladram Joshi and 2 Vs.State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

..... exercise of powers under section 438 of the code by the judicial officers and, therefore it is expected of the high courts through their judicial academies to periodically organize workshops, mediation activities and lectures by the experts to sensitize judicial officers and investigating officers so that they can property compromise the matters of personal liberty vis-a-vis sufficient interest.5 .....

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Jul 31 2000 (HC)

Dineshbhai Dhemenrai Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2001)1GLR603

..... higher degree of importance, when we have astronomical arrears in our courts, at present. (xx) the legal aid system covers all the 3 stages prepending and post-litigation. therefore, by mediation or any other effective alternative dispute redressel (a.d.r.) forum dispute can be resolved. national legal service authority (n.a.l.s.a.) has reported that more than50,000 .....

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Apr 15 2004 (HC)

Malpati Sevasangh Vs. Gujarat State Khadi and Village Industries Board

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : 2004(2)ARBLR521(Gujarat); (2004)2GLR1728; [2004]53SCL288(Guj)

..... regarding the facts or the law and the facts together. an agreement or arrangement by which, in consideration of mutual concessions, a controversy is terminated.see alternative dispute resolution; arbitration; mediation; settlement.' the concise law dictionary by p. ramanatha aiyar (1977 edition), emphatically defines 'compromise' as under :'compromise.--to adjust by mutual concession; to settle without resort to the law; to .....

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May 06 2004 (HC)

Ajendraprasadji Narendraprasadji Pande Vs. Swami Keshavprakashdasji Na ...

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (2004)3GLR2081

..... in getting their grievances redressed, which would not make this suit unsustainable. mr. justice s. d. dave (retired) was required and appointed to mediate between the parties by the government. he was not to function as an arbitrator as required under the provisions of the arbitration & conciliation act and it is on record that ..... no arbitration agreement between the parties and none of the parties especially present plaintiffs are signatories of such agreement. there is no evidence on record to show prima facie that mediation or attempts to resolve the disputes were made by the parties who have requested mr. justice s. d.dave (retired) to help them to come out and to help them ..... by the appellants that as some arbitration proceedings i.e. proceedings in the nature of conciliation and endeavour to bring the dispute to an end with the help of a mediator were pending, the plaintiffs can not be granted any of the reliefs as prayed by them. the suit is likely to fail being filed pending the suit proceedings or for .....

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Aug 21 2013 (HC)

Binaben W/O Kulinbhai Shah D/O Sunderlal Shah Vs. Kulinkumar Chandrava ...

Court : Gujarat

..... the respective parties that the settlement was not possible. the talks about settling permanent alimony also failed. a suggestion was made to the parties through learned advocates to go for mediation process to settle the matrimonial dispute, which too was not accepted to the parties. it appeared that those efforts yielded any result out of despair. 4. learned advocate mr. vijay .....

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Aug 27 1997 (HC)

PravIn Chandra Murarji Savla Vs. Meghji Murji Shah and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1998)1GLR778

..... have been heard on different occasions separately they were heard and they have participated in the proceedings and describing padamshi lalka shah as a mediator or madhyasthi is immaterial. sixthly, he submitted that on 13-10-1983 the said chartered accountant padamshi lalka shah gave an award and posted ..... on the letter head of padamshi lalka shah, which is produced at mark 3/1. said writing is captioned as 'consent letter for appointing mediator'. secondly, the writing is contained on the letter head of padamshi lalka shah, who was practicing as chartered accountant. thirdly, it is clearly ..... the dispute as regards accounts between the parties padamshi lalka shah chartered accountant, has stated that for resolving said dispute he was appointed as 'mediator' and it was agreed that whatever decision he shall render shall be binding on the parties and that no objection shall be taken against such ..... said padamshi lalka did not amount to appointing him as madhyasthi or mediator. 6. on the other hand, mr. y. s. mankad, learned counsel appearing for the defendant-meghji murji shah, who expired during pendency ..... agreement and he erred in relying upon the subsequent writing produced at mark 3/1 whereby padamshi lalka was stated to have been appointed as mediator (madhyasthi). in his submission, he was simply appointed as arbitrator in terms of partnership deed and subsequent writing on the letter head of .....

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