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Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: mediation Sorted by: old Court: kerala Year: 2014 Page 1 of about 568 results (0.043 seconds)

Jan 01 2014 (HC)

Sanooja Vs. the Director General of Police

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-01-2014

..... view of the fact that the dispute is between very close relations, we thought it fit to w.p.(c).no.22613 of 2013 2 refer the parties to mediation. now in mediation, the parties have agreed to settle the disputes among them and the meditation centre has forwarded a settlement signed by the petitioner and respondents 4 to 6. the terms .....

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Jan 02 2014 (HC)

SofiA.A.S Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-02-2014

..... proceedings precluding the judicial first class magistrate court concerned from proceeding with the matter. it is also seen from the report that the parties sought for mediation and the matter was sent for mediation, but the mediation talk failed. thereafter, since the stay continued, the judicial first class magistrate concerned could not proceed with the matter. the report also shows that the appellate .....

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Jan 02 2014 (HC)

Pramod Kumar Vs. the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-02-2014

..... stand entry which the distance is 1.8 kms. (1800 meters). it enter in the private bus stand and when it comes to exist there is no passage on the mediation to turn to right and the nearest passage is in front of school junction and after reaching school junction turn right and passes through bus stand entrance which the vehicle .....

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Jan 03 2014 (HC)

Musthafa Vs. Ayisa Mol

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-03-2014

..... evidence of rw1, the power of attorney of the revision petitioner on this aspect is as follows: "" , , , . pw1." so it is clear from the above facts that there is no mediation taken place before pronouncing talaq, as required under law as held in the decision reported in shamim ara (supra). r.p.(f.c.). no.269 of 2009 13 so under ..... her on 19.07.2008 as per custom. so according to him, she is not entitled to get maintenance from him. he had also stated that there was intervention of mediators and all of them felt that it was not possible to have re-union and it was on that basis that the divorce was effected. he denied the allegation regarding ..... . even on earlier occasions, she had to leave the matrimonial home and reside in her parental house and due r.p.(f.c.). no.269 of 2009 2 to some mediation, she was brought back to the house of the revision petitioner on the understanding that no ill- treatment will be done to her. thereafter, respondent left to gulf county and .....

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Jan 03 2014 (HC)

Saina Sebastian Vs. Sebastian Paul C.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-03-2014

..... vitto and had even intercourse with him, which she had admitted to him. this was witnessed by their eldest child who is now living with him. in spite of several mediations and counselling, she was not prepared to leave the relationship with the said vitto. the allegation that she is unable to maintain herself, a rheumatic patient etc. is not correct ..... to the neighbours and witnessed by his eldest son. the incident narrated in the petition alleged to have been happened on 18.10.2005 is not correct. there was a mediation held at the instance of a relative, c.p. george and as suggested r.p.(f.c)no.57 of20095 in the ..... mediation, she started residing with her sister's house with the second child leaving the first child with him. thereafter, with the help of her brother, josemon @ dollarkuttan, who is a .....

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Jan 03 2014 (HC)

Mohandas Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-03-2014

..... a petition under section 482 of the cr.p.c. along with an affidavit stating that the dispute involved in the revision petition has been settled amicably by way of mediation and now he has no subsisting grievance against the revision petitioner.3. since they have settled the entire issues, the 2nd respondent has filed the petition under section 482 of .....

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Jan 08 2014 (HC)

Sunil.C Vs. Mohammed Maheen Pillai

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-08-2014

..... the consumer dispute redressal forum has paid rs. w.p.(c) no. 30825 of 2013 :4. :75. 000/- to the complainant/1st respondent herein in the presence of counsel and mediator.4. the 1st respondent/complainant undertakes not to proceed with the execution proceedings e.p. no. 27/2009, pending before the consumer dispute redressal forum, kollam.5. the 1st respondent ..... counsel n. nagaresh and n. suresh babu and the 3rd respondent represented by power of attorney holder adbul suneer and counsel jacob p. alex were present. in the course of mediation, they have resolved their disputes and agreed to the following terms :1. parties have agreed that the 3rd respondent/judgment debtor will pay rs. 75,000/- in cash to the ..... settled before proceeding with the matter further, as suggested by the parties concerned.4. in the said circumstances, the registry is directed to list the matter before the nodal officer, mediation centre., high court of kerala on 03.01.2014, to explore the chance for settlement. the learned counsel appearing for either side undertakes to inform the position to the respective ..... any, issued till the next date of posting. " w.p.(c) no. 30825 of 2013 :3. :3. in the above circumstances, the matter was caused to be mediated and a report dated 03.01.2014 by the mediator along with memorandum of agreement under section 89 of the code of civil procedure read with rules 24 & 25 of the kerala civil procedure .....

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Jan 20 2014 (HC)

Harindran Vs. BineethA.D. Chandran

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-20-2014

..... .p.405/2010 was treated as the leading case and examination of the petitioner took several days and it has been completed. in the meanwhile settlement was attempted through mediation and chamber mediation, but no settlement could be arrived at. thereafter though cases were posted for further evidence, it was being adjourned for one reason or other. while so, petitioner filed interim .....

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Jan 21 2014 (HC)

M/S. Karothukuzhi Construction Engineers and Contractors Vs. Johny

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-21-2014

..... petition.2. though this revision petition had been filed on various grounds, assailing the verdict of guilty, the matter was referred to mediation centre for exploring the possibilities of settlement by way of mediation. after mediation, the mediator appointed by the mediation centre filed a report stating that the matter has been settled between the parties and a statement is also filed. and the terms ..... is recorded. the learned counsel for the 1st respondent also submits that the matter was settled in terms of the memorandum of settlement filed along with the report of the mediator. in the above circumstance, the sentence imposed on the revision petitioner will stand set aside. in view of the settlement arrived at by the parties at the .....

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Jan 21 2014 (HC)

Mohammed Abdul Noor Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-21-2014

..... of his difficulties by paying off the amount due to the persons concerned. further request the learned counsel has made is to refer these cases to the kelsa for a mediation and b.a.nos.287 of 2014 and connected cases 3 settlement.4. having regard to the above circumstances, i am inclined to think that continued detention of the petitioner ..... cases 5 p.k.shaji vs. state of kerala (air2006sc100. as requested by the learned counsel for the petitioner, these applications are referred to the kelsa, ernakulam to attempt a mediation and settlement of the cases. sd/- thomas p. joseph, judge. as /true copy/ p.a. to judge

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