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Jul 17 2018 (SC)

Smt. Kalpana Majumdar Vs. Smt. Lakshmi Priya Shaw

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... by the terms and conditions of the deed of settlement dated 16.07.2018.9. the appeal is, accordingly, disposed of.10. though the learned mediator ms. varuna bhandari insisted that she does not require any honorarium and the services rendered by her are totally pro bono, having regard to the time ..... have filed the application for direction(s) along with the deed of settlement dated 16.07.2018 duly signed by all the parties and the learned mediator in the registry of this court, which are taken on board.4. in view of the deed of settlement dated 16.07.2018, referred to ..... and pains taken by the learned mediator, we are of the view that the learned mediator should be adequately remunerated. an amount of rs.1,50,000/- (rupees one lac fifty thousand) by the appellants, rs.1 ..... ,00,000/- (rupees one lac) by respondent nos.13 and 14, be paid to the learned mediator towards the services rendered by her.11. we record our appreciation for the efforts taken by the learned mediator, ms. varuna bhandari and for the cooperation extended by the parties and the counsel for putting an ..... sought the assistance of ms. varuna bhandari, learned counsel and also a trained mediator. we are informed that the learned mediator has put in more than 35 hours in the mediation. thanks to the strenuous efforts thus taken by the learned mediator, we are 1 happy to note that the parties have settled their entire disputes .....

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Jul 04 2018 (SC)

N. P. Murugesan Vs. C. Krishnamurthy

Court : Supreme Court of India

in the supreme court of india criminal appellate jurisdiction non-reportable criminal appeal no.818/2018 (arising from slp (crl.) no(s).4443/2018) n. p. murugesan appellant(s) versus c. krishnamurthy respondent(s) judgment kurian, j.leave granted.2. the appellant is before this court aggrieved by the conviction and sentence under section 138 of the negotiable instruments act, 1881.3. today, when the matter came up before this court, we are informed that the cheque amount has already been paid and it is acknowledged by the respondent.4. in the peculiar facts and circumstances of this case, we are of the view that for doing complete justice the whole litigation should be given a quietus, subject to appropriate terms.5. accordingly, we set aside the conviction and sentence imposed on the appellant and allow the appeal. the appellant is directed to pay rs.10,000/- (rupees ten thousand only), as costs, to the mediation centre attached to the high court of madras at chennai, within four weeks. 1 6. pending application(s), if any, shall stand disposed of. new delhi; july04 2018. .......................j.[kurian joseph]. .......................j.[sanjay kishan kaul]. 2

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Jul 02 2018 (SC)

United India Insurance co.ltd. Vs.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... fee from rs.7,500/- to rs.5,000/-. direction to pay fee lumpsum and also to pay fee in the matters before the high court, which are settled in mediations/lok adalats 10 have also been rightly issued. learned counsel for the parties have also relied on judgments of this court, in support of their respective submissions. we have considered ..... disposal of the appeal even as per the schedule of the insurance companies. moreover, fee is also liable to be paid to the advocates who put in appearances lok adalats/mediation centers as also in cases where notices are accepted on the asking of the court. before the 13. from the above, it is clear that in so far as the .....

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May 17 2018 (SC)

Santosh Kumar Mishra Vs. Neeru Mishra

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... their respective counsel and also the learned mediator, is taken on record and shall form part of this judgment.3. today, in terms of the settlement, the appellant has handed over a demand draft, bearing no.172275 dated ..... by the reversal of the decree of nullity granted to him by the trial court. when the matter came up before this court, the parties agreed for a mediation before the supreme court mediation center. we are happy to note that the parties have arrived at an amicable settlement. the settlement agreement dated 14.05.2018, duly signed by the parties and .....

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May 15 2018 (SC)

d.subba Rao(d) by Lrs. . Vs. d.sadashiva Rao .

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... of 3. settlement, this court requested the parties to explore the possibility of an amicable settlement, to which they willingly agreed. accordingly, they were referred to the bangalore mediation center. the bangalore mediation center has forwarded a report dated 17.04.2018 along with memorandum of settlement dated 16.04.2018, duly signed by the power of attorney holders of the parties ..... parties are directed to strictly abide by the terms of the settlement. we record our deep appreciation for the cooperation extended by the parties as well as by the learned mediator for putting an end to a litigation which had crossed its silver jubilee.5. in view of the above, the appeal is disposed of. .......................j.[ kurian joseph ]. .......................j.[ mohan m .....

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May 09 2018 (SC)

Meenal Bhargava Vs. Naveen Sharma

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... these sentiments because of the reason that things have still not gone beyond repair. had the parties shown positive and cooperative attitude (which, we are sure, they had demonstrated during mediation talks) they could still achieve an amiable resolution, inasmuch as it is even now possible to work out the terms of the compromise that was entered into between them. in ..... canada.8. in the aforesaid background, the respondent had filed petition for 6 habeas corpus. however, the said petition was not heard on merits inasmuch as parties were relegated to mediation where they settled the matter leading to disposal of the habeas corpus petition vide order dated december 17, 2015 on the consent terms which were made part of the order ..... of dispute, the high court deemed it proper to explore the possibility of settlement in the first instance. thus, by order dated december 17, 2015, the parties were referred to mediation. this effort bore fruits as the respondent and appellant settled the matter.4. the appellant agreed to come back to usa and join the company of the respondent along with ..... both the parties filing multiple proceedings against each other. in these dark clouds enveloping the relationship between the parties, a silver lining emerged in the form of mediation. as both the parties acted with wisdom and maturity, mediation exercise was successful. both the parties not only buried their acrimony against each other but decided to have a new beginning. the magic of .....

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Apr 10 2018 (SC)

Sarswati Singh Vs. Shailesh Singh

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... dated 10 april 2017. 3 during the course of the hearing, parties had agreed to pursue the 3 possibility of a settlement through mediation which was recorded in the order of this court dated 4 may 2017. the mediation failed. 4 on 30 october 2017 this court directed that the fixed deposit receipt be renewed for a period of six months. 5 .....

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Mar 13 2018 (SC)

Bar Council of India Vs. A.k. Balaji .

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... arbitration rules and mediation procedures of american arbitration association r-26. representation any party may participate without representation (pro se), or by counsel or any other representative of the party s choosing, unless such ..... relating to the arbitration. in such a case, a power of attorney shall be forwarded to the arbitration court by the party or its authorized representative(s). vi) arbitration rules, mediation rules of international chamber of commerce. article26 hearings 4. the parties may appear in person or through duly authorized representatives. in addition, they may be assisted by advisers. vii) commercial .....

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Mar 09 2018 (SC)

Kerala State Electricity Board Vs. Kurien E. Kalathil

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... when parties agree for settlement of their dispute through arbitration, in contradistinction to the alternate dispute resolution mechanism (for short adr ) through the process of mediation where the judge has the discretion to send the parties for mediation, without even obtaining the consent of the parties. thus, reference to arbitration is by means of agreement between the parties. it is not in .....

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Mar 05 2018 (SC)

Anu Bhandari Vs. Pradip Bhandari

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... appreciation for the strenuous efforts taken by hon ble mrs. justice lisa gill, judge of the high court of punjab and haryana, ms. meenakshi arora, learned senior counsel appointed as mediator by this court and for the cooperation extended by the learned counsel on both sides and the parties themselves.16. the civil appeals are accordingly disposed of.17. there shall ..... the court in that regard. the jurisdiction is not just to decide a dispute, on the contrary, the 7 court also has to involve itself in the process of conciliation/mediation between the parties for assisting them not only to settle the disputes but also to secure speedy settlement of disputes. such timely intervention of the court will not only resolve ..... the intervention of hon ble mrs. justice lisa gill, judge of the high court of punjab and haryana and ms. meenakshi arora, learned senior counsel, appointed by this court as mediator. having noticed that all the efforts hitherto have not been fully fruitful, we directed the parties to be present before this court. the parties have cooperated with the tireless efforts .....

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