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Jul 21 2014 (HC)

Moideen Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-21-2014

..... .m.c. no.4357 of20136 in registration of the crimes and filing of cases and the matter has been settled between the parties in the mediation held in the mediation centre, ernakulam and on account of the settlement, there is no possibility of conviction, this court feels that it is a fit case, where the power under section ..... and quash the proceedings to promote the settlement and restoration of harmony that has been brought between the family members of both the parties on account of settlement in the mediation.8. in view of the dictum laid down in the above decision, and also considering the fact that the parties are relatives and the family disputes between them resulted crl ..... of the cheque belonging to him which was misused and the case under section 138 of the act was filed. further, there were civil litigations also between them. in the mediation, all the disputes have been settled between the parties and they have decided to withdraw all the litigations and the family relationship has been restored. in view of the fact ..... . parties have decided to withdraw all the cases filed by them. accordingly, 2nd respondent has filed an affidavit before this court, stating that in view of the settlement of the mediation, the entire dispute between him and the petitioner has been settled and the family relationship between the two families has been restored. so, he has no objection in quashing the .....

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Jan 08 2014 (HC)

Sunil.C Vs. Mohammed Maheen Pillai

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-08-2014

..... the consumer dispute redressal forum has paid rs. w.p.(c) no. 30825 of 2013 :4. :75. 000/- to the complainant/1st respondent herein in the presence of counsel and mediator.4. the 1st respondent/complainant undertakes not to proceed with the execution proceedings e.p. no. 27/2009, pending before the consumer dispute redressal forum, kollam.5. the 1st respondent ..... counsel n. nagaresh and n. suresh babu and the 3rd respondent represented by power of attorney holder adbul suneer and counsel jacob p. alex were present. in the course of mediation, they have resolved their disputes and agreed to the following terms :1. parties have agreed that the 3rd respondent/judgment debtor will pay rs. 75,000/- in cash to the ..... settled before proceeding with the matter further, as suggested by the parties concerned.4. in the said circumstances, the registry is directed to list the matter before the nodal officer, mediation centre., high court of kerala on 03.01.2014, to explore the chance for settlement. the learned counsel appearing for either side undertakes to inform the position to the respective ..... any, issued till the next date of posting. " w.p.(c) no. 30825 of 2013 :3. :3. in the above circumstances, the matter was caused to be mediated and a report dated 03.01.2014 by the mediator along with memorandum of agreement under section 89 of the code of civil procedure read with rules 24 & 25 of the kerala civil procedure .....

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Jul 04 2014 (HC)

Dr.Sindhu K. Rajan Vs. Dr.Ajith M.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-04-2014

..... challenged the decree before this court in appeal. during pendency of the appeal, at the request of the counsel appearing for both the parties, this court referred the parties to mediation. the mediation succeeded, the parties settled their disputes and they executed a memorandum of op(fc) no.309/2014 16 agreement. when the case was taken up for consideration, the parties ..... ext.p4 judgment. a copy of the mediation settlement agreement is attached to ext.p4 judgment. as agreed in the mediation settlement agreement, the petitioner and the respondent jointly filed a petition for divorce under section 13b of the act before the family court, thrissur ..... between the parties as the wife approached this court with o.p.(fc) no.59 of 2014. in that proceedings, this court directed the parties to try a chance at mediation to settle the differences. pursuant to that direction, the parties approached the kerala mediation centre. it is to be noted that other litigations were also pending between the parties. in the ..... mediation, the parties settled all the disputes. as per the mediation settlement agreement dated 24.03.2014, executed between the parties, this court disposed of o.p.(fc) no.59 of 2014 vide .....

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Aug 20 2014 (HC)

Suseelan.N Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-20-2014

..... of this judgment, shall take place on 4th, 5th or 6th of november, 2014 so as to give sufficient time to the parties to try and settle their differences through mediation in the meanwhile. if the matter remains unresolved even by the end of october, 2014, the 3rd respondent shall proceed with the hearing as directed above and pass orders in ..... mediation between the parties, the petitioner and respondents 4 and 5 shall approach the kerala mediation centre, high court complex, w.p.(c).no.141/2010 9 ernakulam, on 27.8.2014 to explore this possibility. the hearing before the 3rd respondent ..... between the petitioner and respondents 4 and 5, who are brothers, it would be in the best interest of the parties to try and settle the issues between them through mediation instead of attempting recourse to civil litigation which is bound to consume lot of their time and effort. to facilitate a .....

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Dec 19 2014 (HC)

Nusaiba Vs. Faisal

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-19-2014

..... that prompted her to live with the child separately and as per the mediation and on the basis of the undertaking, she had come back and resided with them. it is true that the respondent had filed an application for ..... in a way denied by rw1 in his evidence, though in the counter statement he had stated that he was made to sign certain documents in the mediation settlement under compulsion. so that also will go to show that there was something which is not possible for her to reside in the house happened and ..... not properly appreciated the evidence. in fact it was admitted by the respondent in the counter statement that he had made to sign certain documents in the mediation held at the instance of both the family members and also admitted that there is a criminal complaint filed alleging offence under section 498 a of the ..... due to the ill treatment met by her at the hands of the respondent and his family members, she was compelled to reside separately. though in the mediation as the respondent had agreed that he will not ill treat her she had started living together with him but the ill treatment continued. so she was ..... concern by name urutech. but it is also an admitted fact that earlier there was a mediation held and on account of the mediation, she had started living with the respondent. it was mentioned by pw1 that, in the mediation, r.p.(fc)no.426 of 2014 5 the respondent had agreed that he will not .....

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Aug 01 2014 (HC)

N.A.Raju Vs. the Deputy Commissioner

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-01-2014

..... appropriate proceedings, including revenue recovery. registry shall forward a copy of the judgment to the director, kerala state mediation and conciliation centre.5. however, it is to be noticed that on 04.03.2014 when the earlier writ petition was disposed off, the government had submitted that the appeals ..... process of this court. the petitioner, hence, would be imposed with exemplary cost of rs.25,000/- [rupees twenty five thousand only], which shall be paid to the kerala state mediation and conciliation centre. if payment is not effected within a month, the registrar general shall issue necessary certificate to the beneficiary so as to realise the same by way of ..... have the same caused to be realized by way of appropriate proceedings. serve a copy of the verdict to the director, kerala state mediation & conciliation centre as well". hence, the writ petition was dismissed imposing costs on the petitioner, but, however, leaving open the remedy of the petitioner to approach the appellate authority for ..... court with clean hands. interference is declined and the writ petition is dismissed with a cost rs.5,000/- (rupees five thousand only) to be paid to the kerala state mediation & conciliation centre, which has to be effected within one month' failing which, it will be open for the registrar general to issue necessary certificate to the beneficiary so as to .....

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Jan 21 2014 (HC)

M/S. Karothukuzhi Construction Engineers and Contractors Vs. Johny

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-21-2014

..... petition.2. though this revision petition had been filed on various grounds, assailing the verdict of guilty, the matter was referred to mediation centre for exploring the possibilities of settlement by way of mediation. after mediation, the mediator appointed by the mediation centre filed a report stating that the matter has been settled between the parties and a statement is also filed. and the terms ..... is recorded. the learned counsel for the 1st respondent also submits that the matter was settled in terms of the memorandum of settlement filed along with the report of the mediator. in the above circumstance, the sentence imposed on the revision petitioner will stand set aside. in view of the settlement arrived at by the parties at the .....

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Oct 13 2014 (HC)

Anil Kumar Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Oct-13-2014

..... maranelloor police station will stand quashed under section 482 cr.p.c. the original memorandum of agreement signed by the crl.m.c.. no. 3977/2013 3 parties before the mediator will be forwarded to the munsiff court, neyyattinkara, for appropriate orders in the civil proceeding pending as o.s. no. 158/2013. sd/- p. ubaid, judge sd // true copy // ..... will have to be passed by the competent civil court in terms of the compromise. for this purpose, the original memorandum of agreement signed by the parties as part of mediation process will have to be forwarded to the civil court. in the result, this crl.m.c. is allowed. the first information report and further proceedings in crime no. ..... . pending this proceeding, this court found possibility of settlement for resolution of the actual dispute forever. accordingly, the matter was referred to the mediation and conciliation centre attached to the high court of kerala. both the parties entered appearance in the mediation centre and took part in the conciliation process. the parties accordingly settled the whole dispute forever, and executed a ..... mediation agreement incorporating the terms of settlement. the petitioner herein agreed to execute a sale deed in favour of the defacto complainant, with respect to .....

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Mar 17 2014 (HC)

Sajeev Kumar Payyankol Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-17-2014

..... of the final report dated3011.12 in cc no.2105/12 on the file of judicial first class magistrate court1 kottayam. annexure b. copy of the settlement arrived at the mediation by the petitioners and the other accused persons. annexure c. affidavit dated2202.14 sworn by the2d respondent/defacto-complainant. respondent(s)' annexures: --------------------------------------------- n i l /true copy/ p.a.to ..... , 342 and section 188 of indian penal code. the matter has been now settled between the parties on the basis of a conciliation entered into between the parties in the mediation. but, since some of the offences are non-compoundable in nature, they could not file the petition before that court for compounding namely judicial first class magistrate court no-i ..... miscellaneous petition." 3. second respondent appeared through counsel and submitted that the matter has been settled between the parties in the mediation and the entire dispute arose on account of a labour dispute which was also settled amicably in the mediation. so, they have no objection in allowing the application.4. the learned public prosecutor, on instructions, as directed by this court .....

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May 26 2014 (HC)

Ayyappan Vs. Radha and Another

Court : Kerala

Decided on : May-26-2014

..... sentence in this revision.4. pending this proceedings the parties expressed willingness to have the dispute resolved amicably by mediation. accordingly the case was referred to mediation, and the parties earnestly took part in the process of mediation. but the report of mediation submitted by the mediator is not something that can be enforced under the law, as a report of amicable settlement or resolution .....

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