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May 30 2014 (HC)

Smitha P.K. Vs. Sivan P.N.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : May-30-2014

..... the mother, the respondent had entered appearance and the matter was referred for counselling on 7.6.2013. but it was not materialised. but, the matter was not referred for mediation so far. it is also reported that the respondent/father in the above o.p. has filed objection with counter claim on 11.4.2014 and no replication for counter .....

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May 26 2014 (HC)

Ayyappan Vs. Radha and Another

Court : Kerala

Decided on : May-26-2014

..... sentence in this revision.4. pending this proceedings the parties expressed willingness to have the dispute resolved amicably by mediation. accordingly the case was referred to mediation, and the parties earnestly took part in the process of mediation. but the report of mediation submitted by the mediator is not something that can be enforced under the law, as a report of amicable settlement or resolution .....

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May 26 2014 (HC)

Hakkim Shah Vs. Basheer Khan

Court : Kerala

Decided on : May-26-2014

..... was not extended." 3. the court below has applied its mind and has thought it fit to receive the written statement though filed out of time in view of the mediation pending. it will be too technical to insist on a separate application for condonation of delay when the proceedings in the court below and the impugned order very much reflect ..... this the 26th day of may, 2014 judgment the court below by order dated 15.11.2012 referred the parties to mediation and the case was adjourned to 07.03.2013. it was reported on 07.03.2013 that the mediation failed and hence the suit was adjourned to 23.08.2013. the defendant did file the written statement on 23.08 .....

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May 22 2014 (HC)

Hema Kunju Vs. Commercial Tax Officer, Thrissur

Court : Kerala

Decided on : May-22-2014

..... , it is deemed that the appeals be restored to the files of the first appellate authority on terms. the petitioner shall pay an amount of rs.2500/- each to the mediation centre and produce the receipt before the first appellate authority within a period of two weeks from today wp(c).12813/2014 4 upon which both the appeals are to .....

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Apr 08 2014 (TRI)

G. Bhagavat Singh Vs. K.L. Francis and Another

Court : Kerala State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Thiruvananthapuram

Decided on : Apr-08-2014

..... . on july 16, 2011 the first opposite party requested to release rs.2 lakhs, but the complainant paid only rs.20,000/-. thereafter opposite parties stopped the work. on the mediation of sub inspector of police, ernakulam north police station, the matter was settled, the work done by the opposite parties is quantified as rs.94,420/- and the opposite parties .....

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Apr 01 2014 (HC)

Kerala State Electricity Board Vs. M/S.Binani Zinc Ltd.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Apr-01-2014

..... the power to receive the representations against the order of the consumer grievances redressal forum and consider such representation and facilitate their satisfaction or settlement by agreement through conciliation and mediation between the licensee and complainant or by passing an award in accordance with the regulations. clause 22 provides for maintainability of the complaint. w.a.no.157 of 2014 8 .....

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Mar 27 2014 (HC)

Sree Gopal Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-27-2014

..... court on 29.3.2008 and it is seen recorded that there was a discussion in detail. no order prior to 29.3.2008 is seen, referring the parties to mediation or referring the matter to lok adalath. it is not known what discussion was made in open court during the proceedings. anyway, finally, after attempts for settlement, and without taking .....

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Mar 17 2014 (HC)

Sajeev Kumar Payyankol Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-17-2014

..... of the final report dated3011.12 in cc no.2105/12 on the file of judicial first class magistrate court1 kottayam. annexure b. copy of the settlement arrived at the mediation by the petitioners and the other accused persons. annexure c. affidavit dated2202.14 sworn by the2d respondent/defacto-complainant. respondent(s)' annexures: --------------------------------------------- n i l /true copy/ p.a.to ..... , 342 and section 188 of indian penal code. the matter has been now settled between the parties on the basis of a conciliation entered into between the parties in the mediation. but, since some of the offences are non-compoundable in nature, they could not file the petition before that court for compounding namely judicial first class magistrate court no-i ..... miscellaneous petition." 3. second respondent appeared through counsel and submitted that the matter has been settled between the parties in the mediation and the entire dispute arose on account of a labour dispute which was also settled amicably in the mediation. so, they have no objection in allowing the application.4. the learned public prosecutor, on instructions, as directed by this court .....

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Mar 14 2014 (HC)

Biju Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-14-2014

..... police station dtd111/2012. annexure a3:-certified copy of the charge in crime no501of2012of kanakakunnu police station dtd281/2013. annexure a4:-copy of the report dtd112/2012 filed by the mediator before the district court alappuzha. annexure a5:-copy of affidavit sworn to by the2d respondent dtd282/2014. annexure a6:-copy of the affidavit sworn to by the3d respondent dtd282/2014 ..... . r2 to r5 are the aggrieved persons. they are represented in this court by their counsel. they have filed affidavits stating that the entire dispute has been settled in the mediation and that a settlement agreement is entered into between the parties and hence, they do not intend to proceed further in the matter. in the light of the settlement so .....

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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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