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Mar 15 2016 (SC)

Surjeet Singh(D) by Lrs. Vs. Sucha Singh and Ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-15-2016

..... to the present dispute and all the disputes and differences in this regard have been amicably settled by the parties hereto through the process of mediation and shall not institute any other case against each other with reference to the present dispute.9. that the parties undertake before the hon'ble ..... the parties hereto confirm and declare that they have voluntarily and of their own free will arrived at this settlement/agreement in the presence of the mediator.7. the terms of the settlement/agreement between the parties are as under:- a) both the parties agree that sucha singh s/o bachan singh ..... before it. ? pursuant to the order, it is heartening to note that the parties have reached an amicable settlement through the intervention of the mediation and conciliation centre attached to the punjab and haryana high court. the terms of the settlement have been reduced to writing and they have filed an ..... period of two weeks from today. he further states that the petitioners are agreeable to explore the possibility of an amicable settlement with the help of mediation centre in the high court of punjab and haryana at chandigarh. learned counsel for the respondents does not oppose that prayer. in the circumstances, the ..... kaur w/o dasondhi grandmother of both the parties village charheri, tehsil kharar, district mohali.2. the matter was referred to mediation and conciliation centre vide order dated 07.07.2015 passed by the hon'ble supreme court.3. the parties were explained the process of .....

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Feb 05 2016 (SC)

Suresh Narayan Kadam and Ors. Vs. Central Bank of India and Ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-05-2016

..... decision that mediation must stand on its own; its success judged on its own record, un-assisted by judges. 5. with this prologue, it is necessary to state the facts of the dispute ..... such a way that the parties involved win as much as possible and lose as little as possible through the intervention of a third party steeped in the techniques of mediation; and second, (failing this) the dispute would be left to be resolved by each party presenting its case before a disinterested third party with an expectation of a binding decision ..... or another, institutionalized mediation has yet to be recognized as an acceptable method of dispute resolution provoking mr. fali s. nariman to comment in the same foreword in the context of the afcon s ..... ]. (iii) k. srinivas rao v. d.a. deepa.[3].4. that apart this court has, on several occasions, referred disputes for amicable settlement through the mediation centre functioning in the supreme court premises itself and mediation centres across the country in a large variety of disputes including (primarily) matrimonial disputes. in spite of the encouragement given by this court, for one reason .....

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Apr 13 2016 (SC)

G.S. Kamalan Vs. Lathika Karthikeyan and Ors

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-13-2016

..... .4. therefore, these appeals are disposed of in terms of settlement dated 8th december, 2015 arrived at between the parties through mediation before kerala mediation centre. the memorandum of settlement dated 8th december,2015 will form part of the judgment of this court. we record our appreciation for the efforts taken by the learned ..... at an amicable settlement. mr. a.r.george, advocate, mediator, kerala mediation centre has submitted a report stating that the disputes have been settled. a memorandum of settlement also has been drawn up which has duly been signed by the parties concerned ..... of more than three decades. the suit for partition was filed in the year 1980 and when the matter reached before this court, the parties were referred for mediation before the kerala mediation centre. 3 thanks to the cooperation extended by the parties and the learned counsel appearing for the parties, it is heartening to note that the parties have arrived ..... counsel on both sides and of the learned mediator for assisting the parties to have decades-long disputes settled amicably and for restoring peace in the family. ................j.[kurian joseph]. ....................j.[rohinton fali nariman]. new delhi; april13 .....

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Aug 12 2016 (SC)

Narayana Pillai Ramanpillai and Anr. Vs. Sivasanakara Pillai(Dead) Thr ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-12-2016

non-reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.8008 of2016(arising out of slp ( c) no.4827 of 2012) narayana pillai ramanpillai & anr. appellants versus sivasanakara pillai(dead) thr.lrs & ors. respondents judgment kurian,j.1. leave granted.2. the appellants approached this court with disputes on partition of their property. vide order dated 15.02.2016, the parties were referred for mediation to the mediation centre attached to the high court of kerala.3. we are happy to note that the parties have settled their disputes amicably pursuant to the mediation before the kerala mediation centre and the memorandum of settlement has been produced to writing. the memorandum of settlement dated 18.06.2016 alongwith the annexed sketch, will form part of this judgment.4. the appeal is disposed of in terms of memorandum of settlement dated 18.06.2016. ................j.[kurian joseph]. ....................j.[rohinton fali nariman]. new delhi; august12 2016

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Feb 01 2016 (SC)

Laxmi Snacks Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Akshar Food Products

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-01-2016

..... getup of certain products. when the matter was heard by this court on 4th january, 2016, on a suggestion by court to both sides, they willingly went for mediation before the supreme court, mediation centre. it is heartening to note that the parties have amicably settled all their disputes. the terms of understanding also have been reduced to a settlement agreement dated ..... 28th january, 2016 and signed by all the parties, their counsel and also learned mediator - dr. aman hingorani. it is agreed between the parties that all the suits filed by the appellant before the district court kheda, nadiad district, gujarat can be decreed except to ..... the agreement. we record our appreciation for the whole-hearted support rendered by the parties and, for the cooperation of their counsel and for the sincere efforts taken by the mediator in settling the disputes which could have been the subject of litigation for at least another two decades. registry of this court is directed to send a copy of this .....

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May 12 2016 (SC)

Jeeja Ghosh and Anr. Vs. Union of India and Ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-12-2016

..... relating to prms has been recommended for each airport. it has also been suggested that ombudsman be appointed for settlement of complaints between complainant and airport/airline through conciliation and mediation. the report covers the airport facilities and equipment required in an exhaustive manner. it covers accessible routes and passageways, wayfinding, signage, automated kiosks, accesible telecommunication systems/announcements, arrival/departure monitors .....

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Oct 28 2016 (SC)

Prem Chand Sharma Vs. Shiv Prasad and Anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-28-2016

non-reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.10432 of2016(arising out of slp (c) no.4254 of 2016) prem chand sharma appellant versus shiv prasad and anr. respondents judgment kurian, j.1 leave granted.2. at the time of issuing notice in the matter, having regard to the nature of disputes between two real brothers, a suggestion was made by the court that the possibility of an amicable settlement of the disputes could be explored between the parties. 3 it is heartening to note that in the process the parties have arrived at an amicable settlement before the supreme court mediation centre and the settlement agreement dated 12.05.2016 has also been drawn up. the parties, their counsel and shri k.d.singh, learned mediator, supreme court of india have duly signed the deed. we record our appreciation for the efforts taken by the mediator and for the cooperation given by the parties and their learned counsel.-. 2 - 4 the appeal is disposed of in terms of the settlement agreement dated 12.05.2016. 5 in that view of the matter, nothing survives in first appeal no.62 of 2012 pending before the high court of uttarakhand at nainital and hence the same is also disposed of. registry to communicate a copy of this judgment to the high court. ...................j.[kurian joseph]. ....................j.[rohinton fali nariman]. new delhi; october28 2016

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May 02 2016 (SC)

Arun Baban Sawant Vs. Surekha Keru Pimparkar @ Surekha a. Sawant

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-02-2016

..... the learned counsel on both the sides as well as the petitioner and the respondent, who have appeared before this court.3. though it was reported by the mediator of the supreme court mediation centre that the parties could not arrive at an amicable settlement, since the parties are present before us, we made an attempt and it is heartening to note .....

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Jul 13 2016 (SC)

V. Vasanthakumar Vs. H.C. Bhatia and Ors

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-13-2016

..... . he referred to a speech delivered by hon ble mr. justice susan delham, chief justice of ireland to argue that despite several initiatives like case management, use of information technology, mediation for amicable settlement encouraged by the courts, the burden that came to fall upon the irish supreme court was making it difficult for that court to cope up with the .....

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Aug 04 2016 (SC)

Aditi Wadhera Vs. Vivek Kumar Wadhera

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-04-2016

..... hindu marriage act, 1955, from district & sessions court, panchkula, haryana to the family court, pune, maharashtra.2. during the pendency of the proceedings before this court, parties were referred to mediation. thanks to the cooperation extended by the parties and the learned counsel appearing for the parties, it is heartening to note that the parties have arrived at an amicable settlement .....

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