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Oct 31 2014 (HC)

Bhavana Ramaprasad Vs. Yadunandan Parthasarathy

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Oct-31-2014

..... the disputes amongst the litigants by having recourse to alternative dispute resolution processes, more particularly the matrimonial dispute(s), by referring them to mediation centre(s). in view of the foregoing, family court having committed the breach, the impugned order being illegal, is quashed. the family court shall refer m.c.no.1163/ ..... . 25. the number of litigations being on rise, for small and trivial matters, people approach the courts. the judicial system is overburdened, causing delay in adjudication of the disputes. mediation centres, arbitration and conciliation centres, were opened, by keeping ir view s.89 of cpc, to ease the burden of the courts, tamest efforts have to be made to resolve ..... particularly s.9, which casts a duty to assist and persuade the parties to arrive at a settlement by referring them to alternative dispute resolution processes of conciliation and / or mediation. the family court judge has not shown a human approach which he is expected to have while dealing with the matrimonial dispute, since, the marriage is an institution of great ..... the court should be to restore peace amongst the parties. ?? to achieve the said object, the court should encourage and persuade the parties to reconcile, by referring them 10 conciliation / mediation. instead, the observations made in the impugned order, extracted in para 2 supra, would push the parties further into conflict and litigate in the matter. in matrimonial cases, only as .....

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Oct 09 2014 (HC)

N.A. Muthappa and Others Vs. State of Karnataka and Another

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Oct-09-2014

..... the law laid down by the hon'ble apex court, in order to facilitate the parties to live happily in their future, the compromise entered into between them before the mediation centre at bangalore, is also to be accepted by this court for the purpose of quashing the proceedings. 7. in view of the above, i am of the opinion that ..... court for dissolution of their marriage in m.c. no.2740/2013. 4. it is seen from the records that the family court has referred the parties to the bangalore mediation centre for exploring the possibility of settlement. the parties have entered into a memorandum of settlement resolving the entire conflict between themselves. the parties have produced the said memorandum of ..... petitioner no.1, is dispensed with. 2. it is submitted that the 1st petitioner as well as the 2nd respondent have compromised the entire conflict between themselves before the bangalore mediation centre and they have entered into a memorandum of settlement under section 89 of c.p.c.. 3. petitioner no.1 is the husband of the 2nd respondent. it is .....

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Oct 31 2014 (HC)

Bhavana Ramaprasad Vs. Yadunandan Parthasarathy

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Oct-31-2014

..... the disputes amongst the litigants by having recourse to alternative dispute resolution processes, more particularly the matrimonial dispute(s), by referring them to mediation centre(s). in view of the foregoing, family court having committed the breach, the impugned order being illegal, is quashed. the family court shall refer m.c.no.1163/ ..... law.25. the number of litigations being on rise, for small and trivial matters, people approach the courts. the judicial system is overburdened, causing delay in adjudication of the disputes. mediation centres, arbitration and conciliation centres, were opened, by keeping in view s.89 of cpc, to ease the burden of the courts. earnest efforts have to be made to resolve ..... particularly s.9, which casts a duty to assist and persuade the parties to arrive at a settlement by referring them to alternative dispute resolution processes of conciliation and / or mediation. the family court judge has not shown a human approach which he is expected to have while dealing with the matrimonial dispute, since, the marriage is an 23 institution of ..... court should be to restore peace amongst the parties. 19 to achieve the said object, the court should encourage and persuade the parties to reconcile, by referring them to conciliation / mediation. instead, the observations made in the impugned order, extracted in para 2 supra, would push the parties further into conflict and litigate in the matter. in matrimonial cases, only as .....

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Oct 27 2014 (HC)

N. Vishwanatha Kumar and Others Vs. State Of Karnataka and Another

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Oct-27-2014

..... the law laid down by the hon'ble apex court, in order to facilitate the parties to live happily in their future, the compromise entered into between them before the mediation centre at bangalore, is to be accepted and the criminal complaint lodged by respondent no.2, which culminated in the charge sheet in c.c. no.735/2014, is required ..... the file of the ii-acmm, bangalore, quashed. 4. the parties have agreed before this court that they are also fortifying the compromise entered into between them before the bangalore mediation centre. it is also admitted the family court accepted the compromise entered into between the parties and granted decree of divorce as prayed for, vide order dated 25.07.2014 ..... entered into a compromise to resolve their dispute in m.c. no.4988/2013 on the file of the iv additional principal judge, family court at bangalore, before the bangalore mediation centre and they have entered into memorandum of settlement under section 89 of c.p.c. 3. the learned counsels have drawn my attention to paragraph-4 of the compromise .....

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Nov 20 2014 (HC)

K. Gurudath and Others Vs. State Of Karnataka Rep. By The Station Hous ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-20-2014

..... .2 filed m.c.no.3310/2014 in the family court, bangalore, to pass decree of divorce and for dissolution of the said marriage. the case having been referred to mediation, the couple arrived at an amicable settlement. the agreed terms were reduced into a memorandum of settlement under section 89 of c.p.c. r/w. rules 24 and 25 ..... of the karnataka civil procedure (mediation) rules, 2005 on 18.9.2014. based on the said settlement, m.c.no.3310/2014 was decreed on 20.9.2014 by the family court, bangalore. 4. c.misc .....

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Oct 29 2014 (HC)

Bhaskar D. Gowda and Others Vs. State by Vijayanagara Police and Anoth ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Oct-29-2014

..... offences under sections 498a, 504, 506(b) ipc and also under sections 3 and 4 of dowry prohibition act. 3. it appears this court has referred the parties to mediation before the mediation centre, bangalore. the parties have entered into compromise and settled their entire conflict in this regard. it is stated in the compromise petition at paragraph v that the petitioners ..... hon'ble court under section 482 of code of criminal procedure, 1908 seeking for quashing of the proceedings in c.c.no.17685/12. the said case is referred to mediation. in clause(vii) of the compromise petition, the parties have agreed in the following manner:- "in view of the said settlement the petitioners and 2nd respondent pray that the proceedings ..... have agreed to the contents of the said agreement. there is no illegality in compromising the matter between the parties. 5. today, in compliance with clause vi(6) of the mediation agreement, the petitioners are paying a sum of rs.15,00,000/- in favour of the second respondent by way of pay order no.016725 dated 23.10.2014 drawn .....

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Mar 20 2014 (HC)

Ajay Rajasekhar Vs. Tripti

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-20-2014

..... children to the petitioner between 02:00 p.m. to 05:00 p m., instead of granting interim custody. 7. as rightly submitted by the learned counsel for the petitioner, mediation centre is crowded on saturdays. the respondent has no objection for the petitioner to see the children m bangalore club. the timing fixed for meeting the children is also inconvenient ..... rival contentions of the parties, the court below has allowed the application on 26.08.2013 by granting him the visitation right of the children in the premises of bangalore mediation centre on 1st and 3rd saturday of every month between 02:00 p.m. to 05:00 p.m. the petitioner has challenged the validity of the said order in ..... the custody of the minor children to the petitioner. it is further submitted that the timing fixed for meeting the children at the mediation centre between 02:00 p.m. to 05:00 p.m. is highly inconvenient. the mediation centre is over crowded on saturdays. therefore, it is impossible to spend time with the children. 3. on the other hand, learned .....

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Oct 15 2014 (HC)

S. Srikanth Vs. B.A. Vani

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Oct-15-2014

..... given to all the criminal courts dealing with matrimonial offences under section 498-a of ipc that honest efforts should be made to send the parties for mediation and in this regard, pre- litigation mediation clinics will have to be established. therefore, the said decision so cited on behalf of the appellant is not of any assistance. 35. after re-assessment of .....

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May 20 2014 (HC)

K. Khathim Vs. Astrix Technologies Private Limited and Others

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : May-20-2014

..... of the above report, the matter stood adjourned from time to time in the expectation that the matter would be resolved by the parties at a mediation and the parties were directed to appear before the mediation centre, bangalore. the effort now ever, proved to be futile. 8. the contesting respondents refused to abide by the report, dated 8-10-2013, of .....

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May 20 2014 (HC)

K. Khathim Vs. Astrix Technologies Private Limited and Others

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : May-20-2014

..... of the above report, the matter stood adjourned from time to time in the expectation that the matter would be resolved by the parties at a mediation and the parties were directed to appear before the mediation centre, bangalore. the effort now ever, proved to be futile. 8. the contesting respondents refused to abide by the report, dated 8-10-2013, of .....

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