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Nov 28 2016 (HC)

Magudeeswaran and Others Vs. State The Inspector of Police, All Women ...

Court : Chennai

..... the efforts taken by mr.s.gunalan and mr.b.kumarasamy, advocates in uniting these couples and apart from being lawyers, they played the role of a good samaritan. their mediation yield a very good result, saved a family from being ruined. 23. in the circumstances, it is held as under:- (1) this criminal appeal is partly allowed; (2) the conviction .....

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Nov 24 2016 (SC)

Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd. Vs. M/S. Applied Electronics Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... the arbitral tribunal remains within the limits of its jurisdiction; (v) to minimise the supervisory role of courts in the arbitral process; (vi) to permit an arbitral tribunal to use mediation, conciliation or other procedures during the arbitral proceedings to encourage settlement of disputes; (vii) to provide that every final arbitral award is enforced in the same manner as if it .....

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Nov 24 2016 (HC)

P.R. Damotharan Vs. P.R. Thiyagarajan

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... revision petitioner by the respondent towards cost and the remaining rs.5000/- shall be paid by the respondent herein to the 40 hours training programme conducted by the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre attached to this bench, within a period of three weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. 6. with above observations, the civil .....

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Nov 22 2016 (HC)

K. Jeyaraj Vs. Daisy Mery

Court : Chennai Madurai

(prayer: appeal filed under section 173 of the motor vehicles act, against the judgment and decree dated 16.03.2006 passed in idop no.218 of 2004 on the file of the first additional district court, tirunelveli.) 1. it is represented by the counsels on both sides that the case had been settled before the mediation and conciliation centre on 29.01.2013. in view of the same, this civil miscellaneous appeal is dismissed. no costs.

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Nov 16 2016 (HC)

P. Balakrishnan Vs. Symala and Another

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... to transfer the maintenance case to the family court, tiruchirappalli for joint trial. 3. the learned counsel for the respondents would submit that the case may be referred to the mediation and conciliation centre. when the question is put to the learned counsel for the petitioner, she disagree with the proposal on the ground that on earlier occasion the very same ..... matter was referred to mediation and conciliation centre and there was no result on that. hence, this court is inclined not to accept the representation that the case should be referred to ..... mediation and conciliation centre as no purpose will be served in referring the matter to mediation and conciliation centre. 4. in the facts and circumstances of the case and the fact that the 1st respondent/wife had already filed .....

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Nov 10 2016 (HC)

John Vincent Versu Nancy

Court : Chennai

..... in the last two years. this court also, hoping that the respondent would offer some explanation to iron out her differences with the appellant, also referred the matter before the mediation centre. but she did not offer any good reason for her repeated abstinence from the court. after repeatedly adjourning the matter, finding that the respondent has voluntarily abstained from appearing .....

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Nov 09 2016 (HC)

Vallabhi Vs. R. Rajasabhai

Court : Chennai

..... perused the records. 10. as mandated by law, this court also made serious efforts of reconciliation between the parties and in that view, the matter was referred for mediation before the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre where the parties also appeared. but since the parties were unable to arrive at an amicable settlement, the matter was sent back to this court .....

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Nov 03 2016 (HC)

S. Prabhu Vs. T. Yuvarani

Court : Chennai

..... disposal along with f.c.o.p.no.4694 of 2014. 15. the learned principal judge family court, chennai is directed to refer the parties to mediation before taking up the matter for trial. it should be the endeavour of the learned principal judge family court, chennai, to arrive at a settlement ..... petitioner. 13. the learned counsel for the petitioner submitted that the matter would be settled, in case the respondent is made to appear before the mediator. the only way to tackle this situation is to transfer the proceedings to the family court at chennai, so that the counsel for the respondent ..... no.20 of 2015, before the family court at vellore. the petitioner is prepared to settle the matter, in case the respondent appears before the mediation centre. 11. the petitioner in his affidavit filed in support of this transfer petition, narrated the difficulties faced by him when he appeared before the ..... file of family court, vellore. 9. the learned counsel for the petitioner contended that the matter would be settled, in case, it is referred to mediation. according to the learned counsel, the advocate, by name thiru. p.k.sridhar, is standing in the way of settlement and he is not permitting ..... by the respondent, and her men, including her advocate. 8. the petitioner, in his additional affidavit, dated 22.10.2016 submitted that there was a mediation for settling the matter. however, the counsel for the respondent, by name, thiru. p.k.sridhar was not agreeable for settlement, unless a sum of rs .....

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Nov 01 2016 (HC)

Petitioner Vs. Respondent

Court : Chennai

..... .a.sr.no.45965 of 2016, subject to the condition that the petitioner/ appellant/accused shall pay a sum of rs.3000/- (rupees three thousand only) to the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, high court, madras, within a period of two weeks from day, failing which, it is made clear that the petition shall stand dismissed automatically without any further .....

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Oct 28 2016 (SC)

Prem Chand Sharma Vs. Shiv Prasad and Anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

non-reportable in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no.10432 of2016(arising out of slp (c) no.4254 of 2016) prem chand sharma appellant versus shiv prasad and anr. respondents judgment kurian, j.1 leave granted.2. at the time of issuing notice in the matter, having regard to the nature of disputes between two real brothers, a suggestion was made by the court that the possibility of an amicable settlement of the disputes could be explored between the parties. 3 it is heartening to note that in the process the parties have arrived at an amicable settlement before the supreme court mediation centre and the settlement agreement dated 12.05.2016 has also been drawn up. the parties, their counsel and shri k.d.singh, learned mediator, supreme court of india have duly signed the deed. we record our appreciation for the efforts taken by the mediator and for the cooperation given by the parties and their learned counsel.-. 2 - 4 the appeal is disposed of in terms of the settlement agreement dated 12.05.2016. 5 in that view of the matter, nothing survives in first appeal no.62 of 2012 pending before the high court of uttarakhand at nainital and hence the same is also disposed of. registry to communicate a copy of this judgment to the high court. ...................j.[kurian joseph]. ....................j.[rohinton fali nariman]. new delhi; october28 2016

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