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Jun 23 2017 (HC)

Sri Krishna Shelters, Rept. By its Chairman and Managing Director K.A. ...

Court : Karnataka

..... that therefore the respondents ought not to have terminated the contract. 7. without prejudice to these submissions, he submits that the matter could be resolved by referring the matter to mediation. 8. sri prabhulinga navadagi, learned additional solicitor general of india appearing for the respondents submits that the petitioner has not been adhering to the timeline prescribed under the agreement. he ..... party to the said mode of settlement, particularly when the settlement of disputes is to be resorted through the means of arbitration. 13. the question of referring the matter to mediation does not arise, as the arbitration is provided for. the petitioner's prayer for direction to the respondents to consider its request for the rescheduling of the works cannot be .....

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Apr 17 2017 (HC)

M/s. Yash Investment Consultants, Represented By Its Proprietrix B. Pr ...

Court : Karnataka

..... conciliators. it is not known as to how the parties who were at loggerheads could settle their dispute at the instance of the conciliators even before referring them to the mediation or lok adalath. be that it may, without even ascertaining the correctness of the settlements made in the joint memos, the learned magistrate referred the parties to lok adalath by .....

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Dec 16 2016 (HC)

Suresh Vs. State of Karnataka, By State Public Prosecutor

Court : Karnataka

..... was lodged in kadur police station and number of panchayats were also conducted. about two years back, the appellant assaulted the deceased and sent her to her parents house. after mediation once again, she was sent back to the house of the accused. about two months prior to the incident, once again, the accused assaulted and sent her back to the ..... is also the complainant. in his evidence, he has spoken about the instances of cruelty meted out to the deceased in the house of the accused and about the various mediation convened to bring out the rapprochement between the accused and the deceased. according to pw- 1, on the date of the incident, he had gone to arasikere along with his ..... testimony of pw.1, pw.2 -the brother and mother of the deceased as well as the testimony of pw -8 paternal uncle of the deceased and pw-7, who mediated the alleged disputes between the deceased and the accused. these witnesses have deposed about the various instances of cruelty suffered by the deceased at the hands of the accused and .....

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Jul 22 2016 (HC)

J.R. Srinivasa Vs. Sree Gururaja Enterprises P. Ltd.,

Court : Karnataka

..... company law board. he also submitted that the liability of rs.75.50 lakhs was never admitted but under pressure and threat of the present winding up petition, after the mediation failed, the respondent company had to pay the said amount in installments as pointed out above but that does not mean that the respondent company has admitted its liability to ..... that there is a possibility of settlement if there is a concession shown by the petitioner, therefore, the matter was referred to the mediation centre at bangalore. however, on 27.11.2015, it was recorded that the mediation talks have failed but the respondent company expressed its readiness and willingness to pay the amount claimed in the statutory notice on installment basis .....

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Apr 22 2016 (HC)

Pramada Vs. Vijaykumar

Court : Karnataka

..... husband with another girl. even today, she is ready to start matrimonial life with the husband. 4. an effort was made to settle the differences between the spouse before the mediation centre, but that did not work out. parties entered into trial and examined themselves as pw-1 and rw-1; documents ex.p1 and p2 from the husband's side .....

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Mar 09 2016 (HC)

E. Thimmappa and Another Vs. Roopa Thimmappa and Another

Court : Karnataka

..... of chiranjivi and husband of smt.roopa is directed to visit the child once in a month on every third working saturday in the children's play room of bengaluru mediation centre, siddaiah road, bengaluru, between 3.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m., without fail. at the time when the child would meet the father, the mother is not .....

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Mar 01 2016 (HC)

Anindita Kar Vs. Sudip Nath Choudhury

Court : Karnataka

..... the application. though the prayer for handing over the custody of the child is rejected, the visitation right is granted to the petitioner on the first and fourth saturday at mediation centre, bengaluru, between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the petitioner claiming to be aggrieved by the said order insofar as rejecting the custody of the child, is before .....

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Feb 18 2016 (HC)

Narendra Babu Vs. State of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

..... and somehow to get the family dispute squared up. he also requests the court that if petitioner is let on anticipatory bail, he would make all his earnest efforts in mediation centre to get the matter resolved. his oral submission is taken on record. 5. since the case on hand refers to an offence arising out of matrimonial dispute, a lenient .....

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Feb 17 2016 (HC)

Swaroopa Rani Vs. Rajendrareddy

Court : Karnataka

..... counsel appearing for both the parties, as stated supra, is placed on record. 5. the memorandum of agreement dated 6th january, 2016 entered into between the parties before the bangalore mediation centre, duly signed by the appellant and respondent and attested by the learned counsel appearing for the respective parties is placed on record. the terms and conditions of the memorandum ..... the memorandum of agreement dated 6th january, 2016 filed under section 89 of the code of civil procedure, 1908 read with rules 24 and 25 of the karnataka civil procedure (mediation) rules, 2007, and the marriage solemnised between the appellant and the respondent on 26/ 04/2001 may be dissolved by granting a decree of divorce. 4. the submission of the ..... the courts for redressal. they have been residing separately since 8 years. during the course of the aforesaid proceedings, the matter was referred to mediation for resolving the dispute between the parties. in the course of mediation, the appellant and the respondent on their own volition and without any coercion have resolved their disputes and mutually agreed for the following terms and .....

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Aug 24 2015 (HC)

N. Raja Vs. Master Dheeraj

Court : Karnataka

..... his wife had certain differences with regard to their marital relationship and in that view were before the court below in m.c.no. 102 of 2010. on reference to mediation they have agreed to have the marriage performed on 11-2-2001, dissolved by mutual consent as per the memorandum at annexure-b to the petition. the custody of the .....

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