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May 14 2004 (HC)

Sonali Mehta @ Sonali Devi and ors. Vs. State of Jharkhand and anr.

Court : Jharkhand

Reported in : 2005CriLJ1559; [2004(2)JCR577(Jhr)]

..... .3. learned counsel appearing for the petitioners pointed out that petitioner no. 1 sonali mehta after the death of her husband was driven out from her sasural, but due to mediation of well wishers she was again brought to her in-laws house on 31.1.2002 and she stayed there till 12.2.2002 and when she filed an affidavit ..... and other family members (annexure-5). on 26.2.2002 a joint compromise petition was filed on behalf of both the parties as good feeling has been restored with the mediation of the well wishers and c.p. case no. 54 of 2002 was withdrawn (annexure-6 and 6/1). the same day she was married with complainant of the case .....

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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 31 1934 (PC)

N.A.M. Appasami Pillai Vs. Morangam Muthirian and anr.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1935Mad371; 157Ind.Cas.259; (1935)68MLJ73

..... question sufficient? what the defendant asserts there is in effect:there was on my part a past liability for a larger sum. but owing to certain claims i made, the mediators fixed my debt at a reduced amount. for that sum alone i am liable, which i am remitting.9. in regard to the original debt there is no more than ..... liability as is sufficient for that purpose.2. the plaintiff, alleging that a certain sum was due to him, has filed the suit. the defendant pleads that there was a mediation at which an amount smaller than the sum claimed, was fixed as due by him and that he paid the sum so fixed in full discharge of the plaintiff's ..... further contention is, that it contains a sufficient acknowledgment. the lower court has found on the issues of fact, that the defendant has failed to prove that there was a mediation and that on the date of the payment there was still a balance due.3. in the letter in question, the defendant, alleging the ..... mediation, states expressly that beyond the amount he is remitting, no further sum is due; in other words, that the payment is in full discharge of the debt. does such a .....

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Jul 02 2008 (HC)

K. Narayanappa Vs. A. Sreeramulu Reddy and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2008(6)ALD13

..... that it should go to the son who would look after their father during his lifetime, the first appellate court did not commit any error in disbelieving that theory because mediation spoken to by pw.1 during his evidence, is not even whispered either in the plaint or in the rejoinder and as it is well known that no amount of ..... which are not taken in the pleadings. in order to explain the possession of exs.a.19 and a.20 only plaintiff seems to have pitched upon a theory of mediation whereat those documents are allegedly handed over by the 1st defendant to the plaintiff. in fact no document is produced to establish that any ..... mediation, as spoken to by p.w.1, took place.20. so the explanation given by the 1st defendant that at the time of taking loan from a relative of the .....

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Sep 28 2012 (HC)

Futuristics Offshore Services and Chemicals Ltd. Vs. Oil and Natural G ...

Court : Mumbai

..... the arbitral proceedings merely because of a reference to conciliation; iii) under section 30 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 the arbitral tribunal is empowered to take recourse to mediation, conciliation or other procedures to encourage settlement. if during the arbitral proceedings parties settle the dispute, it is for the arbitral tribunal to terminate the proceedings; iv) once arbitral proceedings ..... ) it is not incompatible with an arbitration agreement for an arbitral tribunal to encourage settlement of the dispute and, with the agreement of the parties, the arbitral tribunal may use mediation, conciliation or other procedures at any time during the arbitral proceedings to encourage settlement. (2) if, during arbitral proceedings, the parties settle the dispute, the arbitral tribunal shall terminate the ..... is indicative of the legislative intent that during the pendency of arbitral proceedings, it is open to an arbitral tribunal to encourage parties to resolve their disputes by recourse to mediation, conciliation or other procedures that would lead to a settlement. under sub section (2), if parties settle their dispute during arbitral proceedings, the arbitral tribunal shall terminate the proceedings. if .....

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Sep 28 2012 (HC)

Futuristics Offshore Services and Chemicals Ltd. Vs. Oil and Natural G ...

Court : Mumbai

..... the arbitral proceedings merely because of a reference to conciliation; iii) under section 30 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 the arbitral tribunal is empowered to take recourse to mediation, conciliation or other procedures to encourage settlement. if during the arbitral proceedings parties settle the dispute, it is for the arbitral tribunal to terminate the proceedings; iv) once arbitral proceedings ..... ) it is not incompatible with an arbitration agreement for an arbitral tribunal to encourage settlement of the dispute and, with the agreement of the parties, the arbitral tribunal may use mediation, conciliation or other procedures at any time during the arbitral proceedings to encourage settlement. (2) if, during arbitral proceedings, the parties settle the dispute, the arbitral tribunal shall terminate the ..... is indicative of the legislative intent that during the pendency of arbitral proceedings, it is open to an arbitral tribunal to encourage parties to resolve their disputes by recourse to mediation, conciliation or other procedures that would lead to a settlement. under sub section (2), if parties settle their dispute during arbitral proceedings, the arbitral tribunal shall terminate the proceedings. if .....

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Oct 09 2014 (HC)

N.A. Muthappa and Others Vs. State of Karnataka and Another

Court : Karnataka

..... the law laid down by the hon'ble apex court, in order to facilitate the parties to live happily in their future, the compromise entered into between them before the mediation centre at bangalore, is also to be accepted by this court for the purpose of quashing the proceedings. 7. in view of the above, i am of the opinion that ..... court for dissolution of their marriage in m.c. no.2740/2013. 4. it is seen from the records that the family court has referred the parties to the bangalore mediation centre for exploring the possibility of settlement. the parties have entered into a memorandum of settlement resolving the entire conflict between themselves. the parties have produced the said memorandum of ..... petitioner no.1, is dispensed with. 2. it is submitted that the 1st petitioner as well as the 2nd respondent have compromised the entire conflict between themselves before the bangalore mediation centre and they have entered into a memorandum of settlement under section 89 of c.p.c.. 3. petitioner no.1 is the husband of the 2nd respondent. it is .....

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Mar 16 2007 (SC)

Mummidi Hemadri and ors. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2007SC2528; JT2007(4)SC356; 2007(4)SCALE431; 2007(1)LC398(SC); (2007)2Crimes389(SC); 2007AIRSCW4507

..... the said advice, while the deceased stated that it is proper to abide by the advice of the elders. since the mediation failed, both the parties left the place. subsequently, pws 1 to 5 and the deceased together joined at bhaskar's tea stall for discussion about the ..... spreading rumours that pw-6 was having illicit intimacy with one painter.5. on 21.10.1997 at about 3.30 p.m. a mediation was held at the shop of a-1 in the presence of mediators pw-9 and one mekala ramaiah. both the elders advised the parties to settle the dispute amicably. however, a-1 did not listen to ..... mediation. then the deceased told them that he had to talk to one gas dealer near sivalayam and he started to go to that place. pws 1 to 5 accompanied him. .....

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Mar 26 1996 (HC)

Arokiasamy Vs. State by Public Prosecutor

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 1996CriLJ3390

..... to his house to question him as to the missing bicycle. initially the accused denied knowledge of the missing bicycle. some how or other at the mediation effected by p.w. 5 and one senthiyagu, the respectable persons of the village, the accused was able to retrieve the bicycle, which was kept ..... at all seek the help of the deceased. in such a situation, the deceased appeared to have curtly refused the request of the accused in mediating and settling the dispute between himself and his wife, by stating that the accused, who had gone to the house of his wife of his ..... direction, as desired by the accused. the reason was rather obvious. 15. as already stated, the himalayan efforts taken by the deceased initially to mediate and settle the dispute between the accused and his wife, faced dismal failure only because of the attitude of the accused, in the sense of himself ..... to what had happened to the bicycle. the accused initially told the deceased that he knew nothing about the missing of the bicycle. thereafter, at the mediation of p. w. 5 and one santhiyagu, the accused after some resistance initially, however retrieved the bicycle, which was kept in the adjacent house ..... stated to be living in his village munaiventri along with his mother, while his wife arulmary had been living in her native village tiruvarangam. it appears mediation efforts were undertaken by the deceased initially and the efforts so taken faced dismal failure. though arulmary, wife of the accused was living in her .....

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Aug 17 1964 (HC)

HussaIn Banu W/O Ibrahim Rangrez Vs. Shivnarayan S/O Kesrimal Mahajan ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1966MP307

..... any will or similar disposition in his favour.the plaintiff being the only heir of khudabax there were differences between her and shafi mohommad which however, were settled by mediation:- i say 'mediation' though at places in the evidence and the judgment the word 'arbitration' has been used, because the resultant disposal was by a document to which the plaintiff and shafi ..... good faith and reasonable care these are borne out by his taking possession of the document d/1, and learning from all the persons concerned that as a result of mediation this was executed, and that the plaintiff on the one hand relinquished her right in the houses and the transferor shafi mohommad on the other gave up the movable properties .....

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