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 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Andhra Pradesh
Reported in : AIR2003AP241; 2003(2)ALD196; 2003(4)ALT117
..... in dispute and in fact, evidence was adduced by the parties. in fact, according to the learned counsel, the evidence of the defendants itself is clear that there was a mediation and settlement between the parties as to the dispute and ultimately the documents were executed by the defendant. it is also contended by the learned counsel that both the documents ..... and attested by brother of the 1st defendant as well as a neighbour to the 1st defendant. all these facts clearly go to show that there was a settlement after mediation, in pursuance of which these documents, viz., ex.a-1 and ex.b-1, were executed by the respective parties. therefore, the learned counsel contended that the courts below were .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
..... for the outstanding amount. hence he seeks to contend that that would show that the amount payable as fees is settled. 15. it appears that after many years certain mediation took place. a ??mediation award ? came to be passed which was to be executed as a decree by way of certain consent terms between the parties. though this aspect is not fully .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : 2010(1)MhLj73
..... meaning. in para 23 hon'ble apex court has made following observations :- 'whereas on the one hand, keeping in view the parliamentary intent, settlement of all disputes through negotiation, conciliation, mediation, lok adalat and judicial settlement are required to be encouraged, it is equally well settled that where the jurisdiction of a court is sought to be taken away, the statutory ..... which is made of medola. it may be treated at par with conciliation and arbitration. in such a case the parties agree for settlement of dispute by negotiation, conciliation or mediation. the proceedings adopted are not binding ones, whereas the arbitration is a binding procedure. even in relation to arbitration, an award can be the subject matter of challenge. the provisions .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Andhra Pradesh
Reported in : 1997(3)ALT661
..... in this behalf in the notices issued by him before filing the suit or even in the plaint, in his evidence he came out with the version that before the mediators it was settled that because of certain plots of land being lost due to formation of roads, the defendant agreed that plot no. 21, which did not form part of ..... agreed to be sold. as the defendant failed to execute the sale deeds for the remaining extents, disputes cropped up between the parties and the same were ultimately resolved by mediation which resulted in the execution of the fresh agreement dated 15-12-1984 under which the defendant agreed to convey to the plaintiff a total extent of ac.0-43 ..... was not of the essence of the contract. according to him, having regard to the admitted fact that the suit agreement dated 15-12-1984 was the result of a mediation by which the prior disputes between the parties were settled and it was specifically stipulated in the agreement that the plaintiff had to pay the sale consideration of rs. 36 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Orissa
Reported in : 90(2000)CLT206; (2000)IILLJ1023Ori; 2000(I)OLR662
..... popularise the resolution of domestic and international commercial disputes by different modes of alternative dispute resolutions and to establish facilities and provide administrative and other support services for holding conciliation, mediation and arbitration proceedings. therefore, the contention of sri ratho that since the disputes between the management and the employees' union can be dealt with by resorting to the procedure available ..... supplant but supplemental to the existence of specified fora contemplated under different statutes. greater emphasis has now been laid to resolve disputes-domestic as well as international- by holding conciliation, mediation and other procedures. as a matter of fact, keeping in view the international centre for alternative dispute resolution, the ministry of law, justice and company affairs, government of india, has .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Reported in : AIR1954SC176; (1954)IMLJ152(SC); 1SCR424
..... separation agreement. such an inference not only goes against the tenor or the express terms of the documents but is not borne out even by the evidence of the mediators through whose mediation the documents were brought into being or of the persons who were admittedly present at the time when the documents were executed and signed the same as attesting witness ..... , says in his deposition that the documents were read over to the executant and be executed them after consenting to the recitals, p.w. 5, who was one of the mediators, says that defendant no. 2 used to live in the mud-terraced house after compromise. unless there is cogent evidence to the contrary - and apparently there is no such evidence ..... . it appears that, before this application for leave to sue as a pauper was heard by the court, there was an amicable settlement arrived at between the parties through the mediation of certain well-wishers and two documents, namely exs. p-5 and p-6, were executed by and between the parties both on the 28th september, 1942. exhibit p-5 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Reported in : AIR2006SC2659; 2006CriLJ3640; JT2006(6)SC308; 2006(7)SCALE24; (2006)7SCC391
..... of offence punishable under section 302 read with section 34 ipc. before the high court it was pleaded that the incident had occurred all of a sudden without any pre-mediation over a very trivial issue and some misunderstanding of the appellant, other accused persons and the complainant madhu singh and his father mal singh. during the course of verbal altercation ..... for the appellant submitted that the background facts projected by the prosecution clearly show that the assault was given in the course of a sudden quarrel. there was no pre-mediation and the accused did not take advantage and had also not acted in a cruel manner. only one blow by lathi was allegedly given by picking up a lathi. prior .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Reported in : 160(2009)DLT401
..... , various benches made an endeavour to see that an overall settlement could be arrived at. the matter was also referred for mediation. however, none of the proceedings for settlement proved to be successful. we may note that even after the mediation proceedings failed, endeavour was made for settlement, but even the same proved to be fruitless. on the other hand, we found .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Rajasthan
Reported in : 1996(3)WLC303; 1996(1)WLN563
..... of rs. 5,000/- to the petitioner as it was expected of him to move a court of law, only after exhausting all the alternative remedies including the intervention and mediation by the family assuming that the averments alleged by him are true. we accordingly direct the deputy registrar (judicial) of this court to pay the amount of rs. 5,000 .....Tag this Judgment!