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Sep 25 2018 (HC)

Ajay Sharma & Ors. Vs.the State of Delhi & Anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-25-2018

..... . it is contended that the fir was lodged consequent to a matrimonial discord.2. learned counsels for the parties submit that parties have entered into a settlement before the delhi mediation centre, crl.m.c. 4893/2018 page 1 of 3 karkardooma courts, delhi on 17.06.2016. parties have already been divorced by way of a decree of divorce by .....

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Sep 25 2018 (HC)

Mr. Sonu @ Tinku vs.state & Anr

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-25-2018

..... is contended that the fir was lodged consequent to a matrimonial discord.3. learned counsel for the parties submit that the parties have entered into a settlement before the delhi mediation centre, tis hazari court on 26.04.2016. the parties have already been divorced by way of a decree of divorce, passed on 30.03.2018.4. as per the .....

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Sep 24 2018 (HC)

Burger King Corporation vs.ranjan Gupta and Ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-24-2018

..... claimed that the word burger is generic and there can be no monopoly over it.7. after the initial grant of the ex-parte order, the matter was referred to mediation, however, mediation was unsuccessful. on 14th september, 2016, the suit was converted into a commercial suit. thereafter, the defendants obtained registration for the trademark burger king family restaurant? and sought to .....

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Sep 24 2018 (HC)

Harjinder Singh vs.state ( Govt of Nct of Delhi) & Anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-24-2018

..... is contended that the fir was lodged consequent to a matrimonial discord.2. learned counsel for the parties submit that the parties have entered into a settlement before the delhi mediation centre, tis crl.m.c. 4859/2018 page 1 of 3 hazari courts, delhi on 01.05.2018. the parties have already been divorced by way of a decree of .....

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Sep 24 2018 (HC)

Yudhvir Singh & Ors. Vs.state (Nct of Delhi ) & Anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-24-2018

..... special power of attorney in favour of his father-petitioner no.2.3. learned counsel for the parties submit that the parties have entered into a settlement before the delhi mediation centre, dwarka courts, delhi on 27.04.2018. the parties have already taken divorce and a decree of divorce has been passed on 24.11.2011.4. as per the .....

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Sep 20 2018 (HC)

M vs.state of Nct & Anr

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-20-2018

..... tendered on behalf of respondent no.2 offering an explanation regarding the issuance of the said passport. the court then passed the following detailed order on 9th july 2018: the mediation proceedings, attempted during 1. the... petitioner is a german national, who approached this court with the present petition stating that his wife, respondent no.2, has brought away their child ..... in the presence of respondent no.2 either at the dhcmcc or at a mutually agreed convenient place.30. on 5th may 2018, the court was again informed that the mediation had not succeeded. the report of the child counsellor, submitted to the court in a sealed cover, stated that the child wished to return to dubai to resume her schooling ..... under the pwdv act instituted by her.26. when the case was heard next on 26th april 2018, the court was informed that no settlement could be reached in the mediation. the w.p.(crl.) 1251/2018 page 11 of 48 judges constituting this bench first met the child in the judge?s chambers. we found her to be articulate. in ..... person. her counsel accepted notice in the petition. since both the... petitioner and respondent no.2 were willing to explore the possibility of settling their differences and disputes through mediation, and respondent no.2 was also willing to appear in the mediation centre with the child, the court directed the parties along with the child to appear before the delhi high court .....

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Sep 20 2018 (HC)

Manoj Kumar Shukla vs.the Govt. Nct of Delhi & Anr

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-20-2018

..... name in his own handwriting as manoj shukla. it is thus apparent that respondent no.2 has restored the petitioner to status quo ante where the parties were before the mediation settlement.5. in the decision reported as (2018) 249 dlt289rajat gupta vs. rupali gupta hearing a batch of contempt petitions, division bench of this court answered the following questions of ..... between them resulting in registration of the aforesaid fir no.236/2013 by respondent no.2 against the petitioner herein. during the course of settlement the parties were referred to mediation. on 2nd september, 2015 the petitioner and respondent no.2 settled their disputes w.p. (crl) 737/2017 page 1 of 6 before the delhi ..... mediation centre on the following terms and conditions: 1. the parties have agreed to go for divorce by mutual consent and shall file petition u/s 13b(1) hma in this .....

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Sep 19 2018 (HC)

Amit Gupta & Anr vs.state & Anr

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-19-2018

..... prayer made in the petition for quashing of the abovementioned fir in view of the aforesaid settlement between her and the petitioners nor seeks any action against anyone else. the mediation settlement agreement dated 05.10.2013 (ex.cw-2/a) was also affirmed by her. in terms of the arrangement, second respondent was to receive rs. 3 lakhs as full ..... crl. m.c. no.140/2016 page 1 of 8 report under section 173 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 (cr.p.c). the parties were referred to delhi mediation centre at tis hazari courts where they agreed to amicably resolve the matter by entering into a settlement dated 05.10.2013 in terms of which the parties were to .....

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Sep 19 2018 (SC)

Doris John Vs. Jane Wesley

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-19-2018

in the supreme court of india civil appellate jurisdiction civil appeal no(s). 2403/2008 non-reportable doris john & anr. appellant(s) versus jane wesley respondent(s) kurian, j.judgment the dispute in this case originated in 1992, leading to a suit for eviction. the trial court dismissed the eviction petition and the same was reversed by the high court. thus, the appellants are before this court.2. on hearing the parties for some time, we sensed an element of settlement and accordingly, with the consent of the parties, the parties were referred to the bangalore mediation centre, bengalure, to explore the possibility of an amicable settlement.3. we are happy to note that before the bangalore mediation centre, bengalure, the parties have arrived at an amicable settlement of all the disputes between them. they have also filed a memorandum of settlement dated 30.05.2018 duly signed by the parties, which shall form part of this judgment.4. the appeal is disposed of in terms of the memorandum of settlement dated 30.05.2018. let a decree be drawn in terms of the settlement, referred to above. 1 5. pending applications, if any, shall stand disposed of.6. there shall be no orders as to costs. .......................j.[kurian joseph]. new delhi; september19 2018. .......................j.[sanjay kishan kaul]. 2

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Sep 18 2018 (HC)

Harish Chand Chauhan vs.ganga Saran

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-18-2018

..... the loan amount and also gave him original property papers as security. respondent refused to pay the money after repeated requests from the petitioner. with the intervention of a friend, mediation took place and it was settled between the parties that an amount of ?2,63,271/- including the committee money, the loan amount and the interest on the loan was .....

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