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Feb 17 2014 (HC)

V.Sumesh Vs. Soumya C

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-17-2014

..... ,25,000/- with a default sentence of simple imprisonment of six months. that judgment is under challenge in this revision.3. parties were referred to the mediation centre where they entered into a settlement which the mediator has reported. the memorandum of agreement is signed by the petitioner and the 2nd respondent resolving the dispute. crl. r.p. no.2180 of 2013 .....

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Feb 20 2014 (HC)

Kallat Katheesa Vs. Edappara Kunhammed

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-20-2014

..... of her own in the petition schedule building, which is very convenient for such a business in lady's fancy goods. that the petitioner is a lady, or that some mediation talks were made pending the proceedings for enhancement of rent, or for purchase of the building by the tenant, cannot at all be a ground to doubt the genuineness of .....

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Feb 20 2014 (HC)

A.Yasodaran Vs. Ananthapuram Co-operative Society Ltd.No.T.184

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-20-2014

..... , the 3rd respondent is directed to recover an amount of rs.5,000/-(rupees five thousand only) from the petitioner's retirement benefits and deposit the same to the kerala mediation centre, being the nodal centre for alternate dispute resolution in the state. writ petition dismissed with costs as indicated above. sd/- (k. vinod chandran, judge) jma ( true copy .....

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Feb 20 2014 (HC)

Gayathri Vs. Vimeesh

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-20-2014

..... been irrecoverably broken. in the circumstances, they agreed for a divorce before the mediator. in the aforesaid facts and circumstances, ext.p5 order passed by the family court dismissing the two i.as filed to review ext.p4 order and for condoning the delay ..... copy of the said order. ext.p5 is under challenge in this o.p. during the pendency of the o.p., the parties have settled the disputes between them through mediation. the terms of settlement are recorded in the memorandum of agreement. the parties are living separately for more than two years and the parties realised that their marital relationship had .....

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Feb 21 2014 (HC)

Jacob @ Raju Vs. T.R.Harikrishnan

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-21-2014

..... was confirmed in appeal.2. when the r.c.r. came up for hearing, the parties opted to have the disputes considered for settlement before the mediation centre. accordingly, the matter was referred to the mediation centre. r.c.r no.393 of 2013 2 3. the petitioner (the 2nd respondent in the r.c.p), the 1st respondent (the petitioner in ..... to the rent control court to dispose of the r.c.p. in terms of the settlement arrived at between the parties before the mediation centre. the original of the settlement arrived at by the parties before the mediation centre shall be forwarded to the rent control court. the rent control revision is disposed of as above. sd/- (k.t.sankaran, judge .....

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Feb 25 2014 (HC)

K.A.Abdul Azeez Vs. K.A.Abdul Latheef

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-25-2014

..... order. the revision petitioner/tenant has challenged in this revision the rcr no.251 of 2013 2 interim order passed by the appellate authority.2. the parties were referred for mediation as per the order dated 3.12.2013. it is submitted that the disputes and differences were settled between the parties and a memorandum of agreement dated 13th february, 2014 .....

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Feb 28 2014 (TRI)

K. Pramodkumar, Chartered Engineer and Valuer, Proprietor of M/S. Desi ...

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

Decided on : Feb-28-2014

..... he has received rs.5,50,000/- from the complainant. the opposite party contended that he had completed the entire work. but the complainant examined pws 2 and 3 who mediated the matter. it is proved by their evidence that the opposite party did not complete the work and that in their presence pw4 the building consultant estimated the cost of ..... opposite party had completed the work by spending rs.6,81,000/-. the complainant did not pay the balance amount to him. it is not correct to say that any mediation took place. opposite party never agreed to pay rs.3,45,476/- to the complainant. 4. pws 1 to 4 were examined and exts.a1 to a16 were marked on ..... ,50,000/-. in the presence of mediators opposite party agreed to pay rs.3,04,109/- to the complainant which he failed to do. therefore complainant filed the complaint for refund of that amount. 3. the opposite ..... a total amount of rs.6,50,000/-. complainant paid total amount of rs.5,50,000/- but the opposite party did not complete the work within the stipulated period. mediators interfered and fixed the cost of the work done by the opposite party as rs.3,45,476/-. second complainant was compelled to complete the work by spending rs.2 .....

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Mar 03 2014 (HC)

Karmel Perera Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-03-2014

..... , before the kerala state mediation and conciliation centre, ernakulam, within one week from today, then the application crl.m.p.no.2684/2013 will be allowed. if the petitioners did not deposit the amount as ..... directed to consider the appeal for admission. so the application is disposed of as follows:1. the petitioners are directed to deposit 500/- each as cost to the kerala state mediation and conciliation centre, ernakulam, within one week from today, and 2. if the petitioners deposit 500/- each as cost for condoning the delay of 90 days in fling the appeal ..... that, instead of directing the petitioner to deposit 5,000/- each as directed by the court below, directing them to deposit a cost of 500/- each before the kerala state mediation and conciliation centre, within one week from today will be sufficient and that will meet the ends of justice. if the amount is deposited as directed, then the delay can .....

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Mar 11 2014 (HC)

Sineesh Kodath Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-11-2014

..... 1615 of 2014 2 as accused any person of his choice. the boy who was arrested in crime no.1160 of 2013 was brutally attacked. people gathered. there was a mediation talk which failed. it is also submitted that there was an agitation about a proposal for acquisition of about 33 acres of agricultural land by the government and concerning which .....

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Mar 12 2014 (HC)

Santhamma Abraham Vs. P.P.Singh

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-12-2014

..... been converted in to a criminal offence on the basis of misconception on the part of the de facto complainant which has now been settled due to the intervention of mediators, no purpose will be served by allowing the prosecution to investigation to continue as neither the de facto complainant nor any of the witnesses cited by him are going to ..... he had really executed a power of attorney in favour of them, it was on that basis the sale deeds were executed and it was convinced to him at the mediation held at the instance of the family members and well wishers and on that basis, he had decided to withdraw the suit filed by him and also the complaint filed .....

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