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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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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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Oct 05 1994 (HC)

Banu Wife of KutubuddIn Sulemanji Vimanwala and anr. Vs. KutubuddIn Su ...

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 1995(2)BomCR110

..... no such a condition precedent for mediation for making talaq a valid one.11. no doubt, the learned counsel for the wife invited my attention to two decisions of gauhati high court where this principle has been ..... divorce is void on certain circumstances. but in none of the provisions from paragraph 198 to 216 there is mention that if a talaq is given without there being earlier mediation, it will be void or invalid. hence, from the basis of a number of books on muslim law which i have referred to above. i can say that there is ..... . paranjape invited my attention to the compendium of fatimid law by asaf a.a. fyzee where in paragraph 218 on page 51. there is a section regarding mediation. it says that the koran recommended mediation where there is a dispute between husband and wife. then it is provided in paragraph 219 that if the reconciliation efforts fail then the marriage may be ..... dissolve the marriage provided they are empowered by both the spouses. in my view this section pertaining to mediation is only an enabling provision. it is nowhere stated in the section that in every case of divorce, mediation must precede pronouncement of talaq. on the other hand, in the compendium of fatimid law, the rules regarding talaq are mentioned in paragraphs from .....

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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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Aug 13 1912 (PC)

Manikkavachaka Desika Gnana Sambanda Pandara Sannadhi Vs. Sabapatiya P ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 18Ind.Cas.221

..... being the property of the tiruppanandal mutt. the pandara sannadhi put in a claim saying that it was his property. then there was this petition of august reciting this mediation. in this mediation, nothing was said of any liability of the mutt itself. it was merely recited that it had been arranged that the pandara sannadhi should pay. now, what was this ..... simply says that, as a matter of grace, he had agreed to pay this amount. the whole proceedings took place upon that basis and i cannot see how in this mediation there was any bona fide claim against the mutt. if there had been any bona fide claim against the mutt, one would expect that it should have bean indicated clearly ..... find is that saminatha put in a petition, exhibit x, dated 3rd august 1895, headed ponnambala tambiran v. saminatha tambiran in which he stated that certain persons had been appointed mediators and a peaceful arrangement made whereby it was agreed (amongst other things) that 'as the balance of rs. 45,660 has been arranged to be paid by the dharmapuram adhinam ..... mediation? this was a mediation between ponnambala and saminatha. take it, if you will, that it was also a mediation between ponnambala and the pandara sannadhi as well, as he was claiming for his own the rs. 40,000 which he said .....

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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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Nov 02 2011 (HC)

S.Gokila Vs. the Superintendent of Police

Court : Chennai

..... the detenu had appeared before this court and stated that he was not under the illegal detention of the 5th respondent nor he wanted to go with the petitioner. the mediation, referred by this court, was also failed and in the meanwhile, the detenu has filed a petition in h.m.o.p.36 of 2011, before the learned subordinate judge ..... appeared before this court and he did not want to go with the petitioner and as it was an act concerning humanity, the matter was referred to mediation by this court and unfortunately, the mediation was is also made known to the court that a h.m.o.p. was filed by the detenu against the petitioner, seeking for ..... the detenu and found that the detenu was not willing to go with the petitioner and therefore, there was a referral by this court, to mediation and conciliation centre, to compromise between the petitioner and detenu. the mediation referred by this court was not successful. at this stage, the case has been again posted before us and we heard further arguments of .....

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Mar 30 2012 (HC)

Neeraj Khullar and Another Vs. Virender Kumar Khullar

Court : Delhi

..... incomplete in the facts and circumstances of the case. 27. it is also evident that over the past one year, the attempts at having the parties settle the disputes through mediation or otherwise have not proved successful. there seems to be a complete breakdown of trust. therefore, although, at the stage of filing of o.m.p. no.313 of 2011 ..... of an arbitrator to settle the disputes between the parties. notice was issued in the said petition on 8th july 2011. 17. with the efforts at mediation having failed, the respondent filed a reply in arb. p. no.201 of 2011 on 3rd november 2011 and also in o.m.p. no.313 of 2011 on 8th ..... course of business till the next date. dasti. 15. thereafter attempts were made to have the parties settle their disputes through mediation before the delhi high court mediation and conciliation centre. however, on 19th september 2011, this court was informed that the mediation efforts had failed. 16. meanwhile, on 1st july 2011, the petitioners filed arb. p. no.201 of 2011 seeking appointment .....

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Jan 28 2015 (HC)

Ramanand Mishra Vs. Pradyumn Singh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

..... another, viii (2014) slt 707=iv (2014) bc 392 (sc)=(civil appeal no. 8614/2014, date of judgment 10th september, 2014). 7. as per the mediator report and the record of the trial court, it appears that the applicant had deposited the fine amount. hence, the trial court is hereby directed to refund the fine ..... 138 of the act. the applicant is discharged from the bail and bail bonds. 6. as the matter between the parties is settled through the process of mediation, this court waives the applicant from payment of compounding cost as specified in the guidelines 1(c) laid down in the case of damodar s prabhu v ..... the act, the offence under section 138 of the act is compoundable. since the dispute between the parties had been settled though the process of mediation, this court accepts the mediation report. on the basis of it, the impugned judgment dated 23.1.2008 is hereby set aside and the applicant is acquitted of the ..... the case be settled as per the report of the mediator. 5. in the case of kaushalya devi v. roop kishore, i (2012) bc 466 (sc)=i (2012) ccr 67 (sc)=ix (2011) slt 664=2011 ..... rs. 15,000/- from the applicant. further according to report, the applicant paid the aforesaid amount in cash to the respondent at the time of mediation process itself. the mediator in his report recommends the closure of the revision. 4. on 5.1.2015, the learned counsel for the parties stated at the bar that .....

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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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