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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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Oct 21 2019 (HC)

Deepak Negi & Ors vs.the State & Anr

Court : Delhi

..... . the petitioners and respondent no.2 with the intervention of their well wishers and relatives entered into an amicable settlement vide settlement deed dated 24.07.2019 before co-mediator of the mediation cell, karkardooma court, delhi and settled all their disputes amicably.6. the complainant is present in person with her counsel and has been identified by si shailendra of police .....

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Oct 21 2019 (HC)

Hari Shankar & Ors. Vs.state & Anr.

Court : Delhi

..... matter has been settled and he does not wish to prosecute the matter any further.9. the petitioner and respondent no.2 have entered into an amicable settlement before delhi mediation centre, karkardooma courts, delhi vide settlement deed dated 11.01.2019.10. taking into account the aforesaid facts, this court is inclined to quash the concerned fir as no useful .....

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Oct 16 2019 (SC)

John D Souza Vs. Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... . till such time, the stay of proceedings before the labour court granted by this court shall continue to operate. if the parties are able to resolve their dispute amicably, the mediation centre of the high court of karnataka at bangalore shall send its report to this court. registry is directed to list the matter before the court within two weeks from ..... dispute, we have not lost the hope and are sanguine that better sense will prevail upon both the parties and they will make an earnest and renewed effort through the mediation centre of high court of karnataka at bangalore for amicable settlement of the dispute. this can only happen by adopting 33 the give and take approach, especially to avoid prolonged ..... , however, no allegations of financial irregularity or embezzlement of funds. it has come on record that when the proceedings were pending before the high court, the parties were directed to mediate and submit their settlement proposals. the appellant also submitted his proposal which is on record, in which he demanded 75% of back wages whereas the corporation agreed to pay 50 ..... litigation. the appellant may agree to take less than 75% back wages and the corporation may incline to offer more than 50% back wages. mediators will surely make efforts to bridge the gap and see that the dispute comes to an end. both the parties, must also bear in mind that the recourse to .....

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Oct 16 2019 (HC)

Virender Kumar vs.sardar Iqbal Singh

Court : Delhi

..... /2019 page 1 of 3 110005, more particularly as shown in red colour in the site plan attached to the eviction petition.3. parties were referred to delhi high court mediation & conciliation centre and they have amicably settled the disputes. a settlement agreement dated 19.08.2019 has been executed between the parties.4. parties are present in person in court .....

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Oct 16 2019 (HC)

Mannu Arora & Ors. Vs.state & Anr.

Court : Delhi

..... .1 and respondent no.2, they started living separately from 14.08.2017.7. the petitioner no.1 and respondent no.2 have entered into an amicable settlement in the mediation centre, saket courts, new delhi vide settlement deed dated 28.08.2019 and settled all their disputes amicably. the total settlement amount is ?61,00,000/-(rupees sixty one lakhs .....

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Oct 15 2019 (HC)

Red Roses Public School vs.reshmawati & Anr.

Court : Delhi

..... preferred a civil suit no.522/2011 to claim the benefits of pay and perks as admissible under the sixth central pay commission report.3. that suit was referred to mediation. in mediation, the parties arrived at a settlement on 05.06.2012. the respondent also signed the said lpa5162019 page 1 of 19 settlement, wherein she was described as a sweeper ..... of bias, since there were several others, including her own relatives serving in the same school, who had made the same claim and the claim had been mutually settled in mediation to the satisfaction of all concerned. no other person had been targeted or subjected to disciplinary proceedings like the respondent.18. the learned single judge, in our view, could not ..... in misconducts alleged in articles of charge i, ii, iii and iv, has violated the terms and conditions no.4.3, 4.5 and 7 of the memorandum of settlement mediated on 05.06.12 and decreed by court of civil judge 1 south district court at saket, new delhi on 06.06.12 in suit no.522/2011 as well .....

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Oct 14 2019 (HC)

Satish Kumar vs.khushboo Singh & Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... ) the defendants have caused injury to the plaintiff; (xv) on 6th december, 2018, an undertaking was recorded that the parties will not pursue any case against each other until the mediation proceedings are pending and it was due to this that the plaintiff could not file the suit immediately; and, (xvi) on 16th january, 2019, the plaintiff discovered that the defendants .....

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