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Aug 02 2005 (SC)

Salem Advocate Bar Association, Tamil Nadu Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2005SC3353; 2005(5)ALD1(SC); 2005(5)ALLMR(SC)876; 2005(3)ARBLR81(SC); 2005(3)AWC2996(SC); 2005(3)BLJR1934; 2005(6)BomCR839; (2006)2GLR1312; JT2005(6)SC486; 2005(6)KarLJ5

..... suit or in any other suit or proceedings.(vii) such other categories of persons as may be notified by the high court.rule 6 : venue for conducting mediation :the mediator shall conduct the mediation at one or other of the following places:(i) venue of the lok adalat or permanent lok adalat.(ii) any place identified by the district judge within the ..... commit to participate in the proceedings in good faith with the intention to settle the dispute, if possible.rule 20 : confidentiality, disclosure and inadmissibility of information:(1) when a mediator receives confidential information concerning the dispute from any party, he shall disclose the substance of that information to the other party, if permitted in writing by the first party.(2 ..... directed to examine it and if agreed, it shall request the planning commission and finance commission to make specific financial allocation for the judiciary for including the expenses involved for mediation/conciliation under section 89 of the code. in case, central government has any reservations, the same shall be placed before the court within four months. in such event, the ..... , the court may reformulate the terms of a possible settlement and refer the same for--(a) arbitration;(b) conciliation;(c) judicial settlement including settlement through lok adalat; or(d) mediation.(2) where a dispute has been referred--(a) for arbitration or conciliation, the provisions of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 (26 of 1996) shall apply as if the .....

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Feb 22 2013 (SC)

K. Srinivas Rao Vs. D.A. Deepa

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... of burden of cases on the courts will, however, be merely an incidental benefit and not the reason for sending the parties for mediation. we recognize mediation as an effective method of alternative dispute resolution in matrimonial matters and that is the reason why we want the parties to explore the ..... if it appears to the criminal court that there exist elements of settlement, it should direct the parties to explore the possibility of settlement through mediation. this is, obviously, not to dilute the rigour, efficacy and purport of section 498-a of the ipc, but to locate cases where ..... section 498-a of the ipc could be made compoundable, it has not been made compoundable as yet. the courts direct parties to approach mediation centres where offences are compoundable. offence punishable under section 498-a being a non-compoundable offence, such a course is not followed in respect ..... matrimonial dispute can be amicably settled by a family court either by itself or by directing the parties to explore the possibility of settlement through mediation, a complaint under section 498-a of the ipc presents difficulty because the said offence is not compoundable except in the state of andhra ..... -litigation clinic, perhaps the bitterness would not have escalated. things would not have come to such a pass if, at the earliest, somebody had mediated between the two. it is possible that the respondent-wife was desperate to save the marriage. perhaps, in desperation, she lost balance and went .....

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Jan 14 2011 (SC)

B.S.Krishna Murthy and anr. Vs. B.S.Nagaraj and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... about private compromises of hundreds of cases. i lost nothing thereby-not even money, certainly not my soul."in our opinion, the lawyers should advise their clients to try for mediation for resolving the disputes, especially where relationships, like family relationships, business relationships, are involved, otherwise, the litigation drags on for years and decades often ruining both the parties.5. hence ..... 1. heard learned counsel for the appearing parties. this is a dispute between brothers. in our opinion, an effort should be made to resolve the dispute between the parties by mediation.2. in this connection, we would like to quote the following passages from mahatma gandhi's book 'my experiments with truth' :-"i saw that the facts of dada abdulla's ..... , the lawyers as well as litigants should follow mahatma gandhi's advice in the matter and try for arbitration/mediation. this is also the purpose of section 89 of the code of civil procedure. let the matter be referred to the bangalore .....

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Jan 20 2009 (SC)

R. Manjula Vs. V. Raja

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2009(2)AWC1622(SC); 2009(2)BomCR51; 2009(1)SCALE626; (2009)2SCC511:2009AIRSCW2495.

..... advised by honourable committee members. sufficient time was granted to think and decide the issue. after consultation of our elders and as per benevolent advice of mediation centre we are whole heartedly willing to live together along with our children at our native village, arcot, vellore district in tamil nadu.3. in view of the aforesaid happy ..... court legal services committee.2. learned counsel for the parties has also filed a joint compromise memo which reads as follows:we both appeared before vellore district mediation centre, vellore (tamil nadu state) for five dates (i.e.) on 17.10.2008, 31.10.2008, 7.11.2008 14.11.2008 and 28.11.2008. we both were ..... compromise memo. joint compromise memo recorded. the mediation centre has successfully conducted enquiry as per the directions of honourable supreme court legal services committee. parties are now living together after compromise efforts.this information submitted to honourable supreme ..... , tamil nadu. during the pendency of the matter, a bench of this court directed the parties to appear before the district mediation centre, vellore to explore the possibility of setting the disputes. by report dated 4.11.2008 the mediation centre has reported as follows:the parties have appeared and advises given. parties given time to think and decide. parties filed joint .....

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Feb 27 2009 (SC)

Alok Mishra Vs. Garima Mishra

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2009(3)SCALE332; (2009)12SCC270; .2009AIRSCW6620

..... further claims or demands against each other and all the disputes and differences in this regard have been amicably settled by the parties hereto through the process of conciliation/mediation.9. that the parties undertake to the hon'ble court to abide by the terms and conditions set out in the agreement and not to dispute the same hereinafter ..... filing of transfer petition (civil) no. 870/2007 and transfer petition (civil) no. 445/2008 before the hon'ble supreme court of india.2. the matter was referred to mediation and conciliation centre delhi high court for exploring the possibilities of settlement between the parties.3. the parties agreed that ms. kamlesh mahajan and mr. inderbir singh alag, advocates would ..... arijit pasayat, j.1. these transfer petitions were listed in the supreme court lok adalat held on 7th february, 2009. with the efforts of the mediators of the delhi high court mediation and conciliation centre, the parties had arrived at a settlement which reads as follows:this settlement agreement is entered into on 6th day of february, 2009 between:shri alok ..... act as their conciliators/mediators in the matter of mediation and conciliation proceedings.4. the parties pursuant to discussions, deliberations and negotiations held with the assistance and help of the mediators have resolved their disputes/differences and have agreed to dissolve their marriage on the following terms and conditions .....

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Oct 05 2012 (SC)

Gaytri Bajaj. Vs. Jiten BhallA.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... his counsel by letter dated 13.01.2012.11. though the above facts stated in the aforesaid i.a. are not mentioned in the report of the mediator submitted to this court, what is stated in the aforesaid report dated 14.01.2012 is that on 14.01.2012 the respondent and the children were ..... the court made the following interim arrangement:"(i) the respondent-husband is directed to bring both daughters, namely, kirti bhalla and ridhi bhalla to the supreme court mediation center at 10 a.m. on saturday of every fortnight and hand over both of them to the petitioner-wife. the mother is free to interact with them ..... at about 12.00 p.m., the respondent took both the children home. thereafter, both the children have declined to visit the mediation centre any further. before the next date for appearance in the mediation centre, i.e., 14.01.2012 the said fact was informed to the learned counsel for the appellant by the respondent through ..... present and that a letter dated 13.01.2012 from the counsel for the respondent had been placed before the mediator wherein it has been stated that though the children had earlier attended the mediation centre they are now refusing to come to the centre and all efforts in this regard made by their father ..... all efforts, did not succeed in persuading the children. at about 1.30 p.m. the respondent, who had left the children in the mediation centre, received a call that he should come and take the children back with him. in the aforesaid i.a. it has been further stated .....

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Aug 22 2012 (SC)

Devinder Singh Narula Vs. Meenakshi Nangia

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : (2012)8SCC580; JT2012(7)SC519; 2012(7)SCALE473; AIR2012SC2890; 2012AIRSCW4739

..... presently working overseas in canada. it is with such object in mind that during the pendency of the proceedings under section 12 of the act the parties agreed to mediation and during mediation the parties agreed to dissolve their marriage by filing a petition under section 13-b of the above act for grant of divorce by mutual consent. in the proceedings ..... .2011 indicating that they had settled the matter through the mediation centre and that they would be filing a petition for divorce by mutual consent on or before 15.4.2012. on the strength of the said petition, the hma proceedings ..... . it is pursuant to such agreement during the mediation proceedings that an application was filed by the parties in the aforesaid pending hma on 15.12 ..... before the mediator, the parties agreed to move appropriate petitions under section 13-b(1) and 13-b(2) of the act. a report was submitted by the mediator of the mediation centre of the tis hazari courts to the court in the pending hma no.239 of 2011 .....

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Aug 04 2009 (SC)

Narinder Kumar Malik Vs. Surinder Kumar Malik

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2009(6)ALT1(SC); 2010(2)MhLJ15(SC); 2009(1)SCALE388; (2009)8SCC743; 2009AIRSCW6561

..... must be arrived at. thus, on 24th january 2008 a statement was made that mediation talks have failed. the matter, then came up for hearing again before another division bench of the high court on 24th july 2008, but learned ..... given an opportunity to iron out the differences between them. but despite the best efforts made by the learned judges of the high court, the mediator and the senior advocate appointed in this behalf they were not able to convince the parties that it is a fit case where an amicable settlement ..... documents of ownership are to be executed.11. on 12th may 2005 despite having arrived at a settlement, high court directed them to approach the learned mediator for resolving their points of differences, if any, but, instead of resolving the same, their differences continued to rise.12. a registered notice dated 22nd ..... .l. mehta, addl. district judge, delhi who was requested to be a mediator. on 17th march 2005 it was noted by the high court that parties have entered into a settlement as mou was already entered into between the parties ..... also on account of the strong belief of the division bench of the high court that the parties being real brothers should settle the matter among themselves through mediation. accordingly, on 17 th december 2004 an order was passed, with the consent of the parties, that both the brothers would appear before mr. m .....

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Nov 15 1968 (SC)

Management of Fertilizer Corporation of India Vs. the Workmen

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1970SC867; [1971(21)FLR73]; 1970LabIC743; (1970)IILLJ25SC; [1969]2SCR706

..... management would not even agree to implement the directions given by the central government. it was very evasive in its replies when pressed to act upon the cabinet decision. several mediation talks were held and conciliation also failed. therefore, under those circumstances, the workmen honestly felt that a responsible body like the appellant was notamenable to reason and hence a sense ..... days, it would be forced to adopt agitational approaches to seek compliance with its demands. the management did not comply with this demand regarding payment of bonus and attempts at mediation failed and the workmen went on strike from october 17, 1966 and the reference to adjudication was made on november 2, 1966.14. before the tribunal the workmen pressed their .....

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Oct 16 2008 (SC)

Saira @ Ruhi Vs. Athar Abbas

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2008(13)SCALE484

..... suit 321/2007 pending before civil judge, hapur, u.p. stand withdrawn.2. orders be sent to the respective courts. parties are directed to appear before the delhi high court mediation centre for counselling on 4.12.2008.3. in view of the aforesaid agreement, the petition is disposed of on the terms as set out above. the proceedings as noted ..... for transfer of a case, the matter was directed to be listed at the supreme court lok adalat which was held on 6th september, 2008. with the assistance of the mediators, the parties were heard and following terms for settling the disputes were arrived at:1. parties have agreed to withdraw their respective complaints and suits.2. parties have been living ..... together since 1.7.2008.3. parties agree that they need counselling to avoid violence which will be provided by delhi high court mediation centre. they agree to appear before the delhi high court mediation centre on a date fixed by this hon'ble court.4. in order that parties have more confidence in each other, the parties desire that .....

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