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Oct 31 2019 (HC)

Mudit Mohan Mittal vs.rajesh Mohan Mittal

Court : Delhi

..... the learned arbitrator and no additional issue was required to be framed in the ex o.m.p. (comm) 242/2016 page 2 of 3 list before delhi high court mediation and conciliation centre on parte proceedings. that apart, there is no infirmity in the well-reasoned decision of the learned arbitrator holding both the parties to be entitled to the ..... mediator is requested to mediate between the parties in this matter.13. both the parties shall produce the site plan along with their proposed demarcation and the photographs before the learned arbitrator. if both the ..... this in the meditation proceedings.15. 16. copy of this judgment be given dasti to counsels for the parties under signature of court master. list for reporting outcome of the mediation on 20th december, 2019. lots. the learned arbitrator shall consider october31 2019 ak j.r. midha, j.o.m.p. (comm) 242/2016 page 3 of 3 ..... the arbitration and conciliation act is, therefore, dismissed. this stage, both the parties present in court along with their 10. at respective counsels agree for reference of this matter to mediation for demarcating the two portions to be divided in terms of the award.11. 08th november, 2019 at 04:00 p.m.12. ms. veena ralli, senior .....

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Oct 31 2019 (HC)

Reckitt Benckiser (India) P. Ltd. Vs.surekhaben L Jain & Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... course of the present proceedings, the parties desired to settle their disputes and were referred to the delhi high court mediation and conciliation centre. a copy of the settlement agreement dated 21st october, 2019 has been received from the delhi high court mediation and conciliation centre which notes that the plaintiff and defendant nos. 1 and 2 have settled the matter.3 .....

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Oct 30 2019 (HC)

Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd. Vs.mr. Kunwer Sachdev & Anr.

Court : Delhi

..... , the trial process denies ordinary people the opportunity to have adjudication. and while going to trial has long been seen as a last resort, other dispute resolution mechanisms such as mediation and settlement are more likely to produce fair and just results when adjudication remains a realistic alternative. xxx xxx xxx [34]. the summary judgment motion is an important tool for .....

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Oct 24 2019 (SC)

Lt Col. Paramjit Singh Dhillon Vs. Harinder Singh Ghuman

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... . harinder singh ghuman and lt. col. paramjit singh dhillon who are senior citizens and are aged 69 years and 67 years. it is unfortunate that despite the matter sent for mediation 5. on two-three occasions having an opportunity to the parties to sit across the table and resolve their inter se disputes in 2 reference to the property/estate of ..... the belief that both are senior citizens and will think with positivity in restoring their relations ruling out the bitterness intervened in their families, but unfortunately the mediation could not succeed. but we are still hopeful that both of them may sit together to resolve their inter se dispute and will not leave behind litigation in legacy to ..... late shri k.s. dhillon but unfortunately the process of mediation could not succeed.6. even after the matter was instituted in this court, the parties were asked to settle through the process of .....

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Oct 24 2019 (HC)

Jai Dutta @ Jai Kishan & Ors. Vs.state & Anr.

Court : Delhi

..... . the petitioners and respondent no.2 with the intervention of their well wishers and relatives have entered into an amicable settlement vide order dated 23.12.2017 before the delhi mediation centre, tis hazari courts, delhi and settled all their disputes amicably.8. the complainant is present in person with her counsel and has been identified by si rawat singh of .....

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Oct 22 2019 (HC)

Ms. Tabassum @ Sonu vs.state & Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... the parties state that they are willing to resolve their disputes amicably and the matter, therefore, be referred for mediation.5. 6. heard. in view of the fact that there are chances of settlement, matter is referred to delhi high court mediation and conciliation centre for amicably settlement of the dispute between the parties.7. the parties are directed to appear before ..... the delhi high court mediation and conciliation centre on 31.10.2019 at 2:00 pm.8. so far as the present petition .....

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Oct 22 2019 (HC)

Savitri Devi @Savitri Tiwari & Anr vs.state (Govt. Of Nct Delhi) & Anr

Court : Delhi

..... wish to prosecute the matter any further.7. the petitioner and respondent no.2 have entered into an amicable settlement and settled all their disputes in delhi mediation centre, patiala house court, new delhi vide mediation settlement dated 14.05.2019.8. learned counsel for the petitioner submits that the petitioner has received the total settlement amount and prays that the present .....

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Oct 22 2019 (HC)

Chhuttan Lal Mattu Mal vs.muna Lal Ram Dayal (Huf)

Court : Delhi

..... situated on the ground floor of property bearing municipal no.17, rc.rev. 143/2018 page 1 of 3 main road, chawri bazar, delhi-110006.3. parties were referred to mediation. a settlement has been arrived at between the parties on 10.10.2019. settlement agreement is received. same is taken on record.4. learned counsel for the parties on behalf .....

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Oct 22 2019 (HC)

Firoj Khan @ Firoz @ Sonu &Ors vs.the State Nct of Delhi & Anr

Court : Delhi

..... .6. the petitioner and respondent no.2 with the intervention of their well wishers and relatives entered into an amicable settlement vide settlement deed dated 21.01.2018 before the mediation centre, karkardooma courts and settled all their disputes amicably.7. the total settlement amount is ?3,90,000/-(rupees three lacs ninety thousand only). it is submitted that the respondent .....

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Oct 22 2019 (HC)

Lava International Ltd. Vs.anas Ansari

Court : Delhi

$~a~1 * % in the high court of delhi at new delhi date of decision:22. d october, 2019 + arb.p. 96/2019 lava international ltd. ........ petitioner through mr. nishant datta, advocate. versus anas ansari ..... respondent through mr. ghanshyam sharma, advocate. coram: hon'ble ms. justice jyoti singh jyoti singh, j.(oral) 1.2. learned counsel for the parties submits that mediation has failed. learned counsel for the respondent however submits that the respondent has no objection to the appointment of an arbitrator and the matter be referred to the delhi international arbitration centre ( diac ).3. with the consent of the parties, the matter is referred to diac. the parties will appear before diac on 8th november, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. the diac will appoint an arbitrator to adjudicate the disputes between the parties.4. the arbitration proceedings will be held under the aegis of diac and as per the procedure of diac.5. the fees of the arbitrator will be fixed as per the fourth schedule to the act.6. the learned arbitrator shall give a disclosure under section 12 of the arb.p. 96/2019 page 1 of 2 act.7. 8. copy of this order be sent to diac for information. petition is disposed of in the above terms. jyoti singh, j october22, 2019 /yo/ arb.p. 96/2019 page 2 of 2

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