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Feb 21 2017 (HC)

D. Kesavan Vs. D. Anitha

Court : Chennai

..... the matrimonial home and often picked up quarrel with him. she always threatened him by stating that he should not contact his parents at any time. though many attempts of mediation were conducted between them both in u.s.a and in india, to change her behaviour, it ended in futile. after some time, without even informing him, she has left .....

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Feb 17 2017 (HC)

J. Meena Vs. T. Manikandan

Court : Chennai

..... her return from the office, used to pick up the child from the in-laws house around 05.30 pm. 3.3. from september 2014, there was some mediation and according to the mediation, the child should be with the appellant for four days, including sundays and with the respondent for three days, viz., thursdays to saturdays. 3.4. while the circumstances .....

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Feb 06 2017 (HC)

R. Gunasekaran Vs. The Appellate Authority/District Collector, Erode a ...

Court : Chennai

..... of the constitution of india. 11. the writ petition is dismissed with costs quantified at rs.15,000/- (rupees fifteen thousand only) payable by the petitioner to the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, madras high court campus within a period of fifteen days.

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Jan 31 2017 (HC)

Chellappan Vs. Poongavanam Pillai

Court : Chennai

..... has to establish that a land dispute as put forth by him had existed between the plaintiff and his brother perumal pillai and with reference to the said dispute a mediation was conducted by the defendant and others and the decision had been taken by the panchayatars therein that perumal pillai should pay a sum of rs.30,000/- to the ..... burden put up on him that the plaintiff did not advance any consideration under the suit promissory note. 7. at the foremost, according to the defendant, in connection with the mediation conducted as regards the land dispute between the plaintiff and his brother perumal pillai, the document dated 09.01.2003 had come to be taken from him and believing that ..... defendant in short is that there has been a land dispute between the plaintiff and his brother perumal pillai and with reference to the same, the defendant and others did mediation and as per the decision of the panchayatars, it had been agreed that perumal pillai should pay a sum of rs.30,000/- to the plaintiff and that in acceptance .....

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Jan 20 2017 (HC)

Suguna Vs. Kubendiran

Court : Chennai

..... the appellant even for three months as suggested by the mediators. this fact was also admitted by the respondent/husband in his cross-examination. 45. mr.s.krishnasamy has also adverted to that the appellant/wife had taken several efforts to ..... this connection he would submit that the court below had failed to consider the provisions of section 23 of the hindu marriage act and that during the consideration proceedings the mediators had advised the husband to live with the appellant for three months and report. but, this suggestion was abruptly turned down by the respondent/husband and refused to live with ..... his parents and after used to pick up quarrel with the respondent/husband even on trivial issues. she used to leave the matrimonial home and would be brought back after mediation. she had even gone to the extent of threatening the respondent/husband, that she would commit suicide by pouring kerosene and set her on ablaze. 12. the insult and torture .....

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Jan 19 2017 (HC)

Abdur Rahman Vs. The Secretary to Government, Home Department, Govt. o ...

Court : Chennai

..... also does not claim to be an alternative judicial system. it is stated to be a conciliation centre for muslims to voluntarily settle their disputes, mostly matrimonial issues by adopting mediation and conciliation. nobody is forced to attend the conciliation proceedings and is purely voluntary and in case, no settlement is possible, the parties are advised to approach the competent courts .....

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Jan 02 2017 (HC)

K. Padmanathan Vs. The Superintendent of Police, Office of the Superin ...

Court : Chennai Madurai

(prayer: writ petition filed under article 226 of the constitution of india for issuance of a writ of mandamus directing the first respondent to consider the petitioner's representation dated 28.10.2015 and to issue the death benefits of the petitioner's brother kannan, special sub-inspector of police, who died on 14.10.2015 to the petitioner.) 1. this writ petition has been filed, seeking for issuance of a writ of writ of mandamus directing the first respondent to consider the petitioner's representation dated 28.10.2015 and to issue the death benefits of the petitioner's brother kannan, special sub-inspector of police, who died on 14.10.2015 to the petitioner. 2. mr. m. satheesh kumar, learned additional government pleader takes notice for the second respondent. by consent of both parties, the main writ petition is taken up for final disposal. 3. it is represented by both parties that before mediation centre attached to this bench, both the parties have entered into a settlement and the same has been recorded by the mediator. a mediation report along with memorandum of understanding was also submitted by the mediation centre before this court. 4. in view of the same, the writ petition is disposed of, in terms of the memorandum of undertaking arrived at between the parties. the memorandum of undertaking shall form part and parcel of the order. no costs.

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Dec 15 2016 (HC)

D. Govindaraj Vs. The Indian Bank, Represented by its Manager

Court : Chennai

..... taken place, confirmation alone shall be stayed. therefore, on 12.12.2013, this court directed the matter to be posted before the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre. but, there was no settlement arrives in the mediation and the matter has been return back to the court. 8. the further case of the petitioner/judgment debtor is that he has filed the .....

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Dec 15 2016 (HC)

K. Kuppanna Gounder (Died) and Others Vs. R. Sivakami and Others

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... in the evidence of dw1 for not sending reply to the notice of the 1st respondent. the courts below ought to have seen that after issue of notice there was mediation through elders and the 1st respondent agreed for partition of 'a' schedule property only and agreed to receive 1/4th share in 'a' schedule property. the courts below failed to .....

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Dec 07 2016 (HC)

Petitioner Vs. Respondent

Court : Chennai

..... 2016, subject to the condition that the petitioner/appellant/accused shall pay a sum of rs.125/- (rupees one hundred and twenty five only) as costs to the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, high court, madras, on or before 23.12.2016, failing which, it is made clear that the petition shall stand dismissed automatically without any further reference to .....

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