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Jul 03 2014 (HC)

Abdul Gafoor Vs. V.K.Azad

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-03-2014

..... , filed by respondents 5 and 6 in the rent control petition, was dismissed by the rent control appellate authority, ernakulam.2. the parties were referred for mediation. they settled their disputes and differences before the mediator and a memorandum of agreement was signed by them. the terms of the memorandum of agreement are the following: "the petitioners and the respondents have agreed .....

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Oct 13 2014 (HC)

The General Manager, Souther Railway Vs. Smt.Nithya MartIn Christiane

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Oct-13-2014

..... , which was challenged by him in mat.appeal no.741 of 2011 before this court. pending that mat.appeal, nithya and her husband settled their disputes before the mediation centre and a mediated settlement agreement was arrived at. the division bench accepted that agreement holding cruelty as a ground for divorce. certain observations were made in paragraph 5 of that o.p .....

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Oct 16 2014 (HC)

K.C. George Vs. Divakaran

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Oct-16-2014

..... to the facts of the case, the best thing is to settle the dispute. in the result, this appeal is dismissed. the trial court will direct the parties to the mediation centre so that an attempt may be made to settle the matter f.a.o.(ro) no.11 of 2014 -4- amicably. transmit the records forthwith. sd/- k. abraham mathew .....

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Feb 20 2014 (HC)

A.Yasodaran Vs. Ananthapuram Co-operative Society Ltd.No.T.184

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-20-2014

..... , the 3rd respondent is directed to recover an amount of rs.5,000/-(rupees five thousand only) from the petitioner's retirement benefits and deposit the same to the kerala mediation centre, being the nodal centre for alternate dispute resolution in the state. writ petition dismissed with costs as indicated above. sd/- (k. vinod chandran, judge) jma ( true copy .....

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Feb 20 2014 (HC)

Gayathri Vs. Vimeesh

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-20-2014

..... been irrecoverably broken. in the circumstances, they agreed for a divorce before the mediator. in the aforesaid facts and circumstances, ext.p5 order passed by the family court dismissing the two i.as filed to review ext.p4 order and for condoning the delay ..... copy of the said order. ext.p5 is under challenge in this o.p. during the pendency of the o.p., the parties have settled the disputes between them through mediation. the terms of settlement are recorded in the memorandum of agreement. the parties are living separately for more than two years and the parties realised that their marital relationship had .....

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Mar 12 2014 (HC)

M/S. Team Sustains Limited Vs. CochIn Waste 2 Energy

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-12-2014

..... . the relevant clause therein can profitably be extracted hereunder. "14.2 arbitration (a) procedure subject to the provisions of article 14.1, any dispute which is not resolved amicably through mediation and conciliation shall be finally settled by binding arbitration under the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 (arbitration act). the arbitration shall be conducted by a sole arbitrator agreed upon by .....

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May 22 2014 (HC)

Hema Kunju Vs. Commercial Tax Officer, Thrissur

Court : Kerala

Decided on : May-22-2014

..... , it is deemed that the appeals be restored to the files of the first appellate authority on terms. the petitioner shall pay an amount of rs.2500/- each to the mediation centre and produce the receipt before the first appellate authority within a period of two weeks from today wp(c).12813/2014 4 upon which both the appeals are to .....

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Jul 03 2014 (HC)

Abdul Rahman Vs. Gopalakrishna Bhat

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-03-2014

..... , filed by respondents 5 and 6 in the rent control petition, was dismissed by the rent control appellate authority, ernakulam.2. the parties were referred for mediation. they settled their disputes and differences before the mediator and a memorandum of agreement was signed by them. the terms of the memorandum of agreement are the following: "the petitioners and the respondents have agreed .....

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Apr 08 2014 (TRI)

G. Bhagavat Singh Vs. K.L. Francis and Another

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

Decided on : Apr-08-2014

..... . on july 16, 2011 the first opposite party requested to release rs.2 lakhs, but the complainant paid only rs.20,000/-. thereafter opposite parties stopped the work. on the mediation of sub inspector of police, ernakulam north police station, the matter was settled, the work done by the opposite parties is quantified as rs.94,420/- and the opposite parties .....

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Feb 28 2014 (TRI)

K. Pramodkumar, Chartered Engineer and Valuer, Proprietor of M/S. Desi ...

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

Decided on : Feb-28-2014

..... he has received rs.5,50,000/- from the complainant. the opposite party contended that he had completed the entire work. but the complainant examined pws 2 and 3 who mediated the matter. it is proved by their evidence that the opposite party did not complete the work and that in their presence pw4 the building consultant estimated the cost of ..... opposite party had completed the work by spending rs.6,81,000/-. the complainant did not pay the balance amount to him. it is not correct to say that any mediation took place. opposite party never agreed to pay rs.3,45,476/- to the complainant. 4. pws 1 to 4 were examined and exts.a1 to a16 were marked on ..... ,50,000/-. in the presence of mediators opposite party agreed to pay rs.3,04,109/- to the complainant which he failed to do. therefore complainant filed the complaint for refund of that amount. 3. the opposite ..... a total amount of rs.6,50,000/-. complainant paid total amount of rs.5,50,000/- but the opposite party did not complete the work within the stipulated period. mediators interfered and fixed the cost of the work done by the opposite party as rs.3,45,476/-. second complainant was compelled to complete the work by spending rs.2 .....

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