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Aug 13 1912 (PC)

Manikkavachaka Desika Gnana Sambanda Pandara Sannadhi Vs. Sabapatiya P ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-13-1912

Reported in : 18Ind.Cas.221

..... being the property of the tiruppanandal mutt. the pandara sannadhi put in a claim saying that it was his property. then there was this petition of august reciting this mediation. in this mediation, nothing was said of any liability of the mutt itself. it was merely recited that it had been arranged that the pandara sannadhi should pay. now, what was this ..... simply says that, as a matter of grace, he had agreed to pay this amount. the whole proceedings took place upon that basis and i cannot see how in this mediation there was any bona fide claim against the mutt. if there had been any bona fide claim against the mutt, one would expect that it should have bean indicated clearly ..... find is that saminatha put in a petition, exhibit x, dated 3rd august 1895, headed ponnambala tambiran v. saminatha tambiran in which he stated that certain persons had been appointed mediators and a peaceful arrangement made whereby it was agreed (amongst other things) that 'as the balance of rs. 45,660 has been arranged to be paid by the dharmapuram adhinam ..... mediation? this was a mediation between ponnambala and saminatha. take it, if you will, that it was also a mediation between ponnambala and the pandara sannadhi as well, as he was claiming for his own the rs. 40,000 which he said .....

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Mar 29 1912 (PC)

Venkata Ragavulu Reddiar and anr. Vs. Baggiammal and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-29-1912

Reported in : 14Ind.Cas.550

..... of 1905, that the testator was reluctantly persuaded to modify that will and to give her a village yielding a monthly income of 100 rupees for her life through the mediation of friends like plaintiffs' 1st witness and plaintiffs' 2nd witness, that subba naidu knew the terms of the disputed will exhibit a, that he went to the tahsildar, plaintiffs' 2nd .....

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Aug 09 1912 (PC)

Sudalai Ammal Vs. Minor Gomathi Ammal by Her Guardian Lakshmana Mudali ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-09-1912

Reported in : (1912)23MLJ355

..... the daughter of shanmugathammal named gomathi was an important object of consideration at the time of the arrangement. there had been disagreement between the widows and according to the document mediators were called in to settle the disputes and the contract embodies the arrangement which was entered into as the result of the ..... mediation. it states 'sudalai arnmal (that is the plaintiff) among us should enjoy until her lifetime, the immoveable properties mentioned in schedule i hereof which belong to the family, with the .....

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Aug 09 1912 (PC)

Sudalai Ammal Vs. Gomati Ammal Minor by Her Guardian Lakshmana Mudelia ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-09-1912

Reported in : 16Ind.Cas.428

..... the daughter of shanmugathammal, named gomati, was an important object of consideration at the time of the arrangement. there had been disagreement between the widows and, according to the document, mediators were called in to settle the disputes; and the contract embodies the arrangement which was entered into as the result of the ..... mediation. it states: 'sudalaiammal (that is, the plaintiff) among us should enjoy until her life-time, the immoveable properties mentioned in schedule i hereof which belong to the family, with the .....

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Apr 26 1912 (PC)

K.A. Veeraraghava Thatha Chariar and ors. Vs. T. Srinivasa Thatha Char ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-26-1912

Reported in : (1912)23MLJ134

..... judge refused to frame any rules for the election of trustees, their supervision and the mode of settling differences of opinion bet-' ween them. he also refused to appoint any mediators or supervisors to control the work of the trustees, holding that it would not be to the advantage of the institution to appoint men invested with power to control the ..... administered by five trustees. these trustees admittedly were to be ordinarily elected by members of the families of the thathachars, the mediator, it is stated, having the right to fill up the vacancy if the thathachars fail to exercise their right of election. defendants nos. 5 to 8 are the sons of ..... of the same family. defendants nos. 1 to 4 are admittedly trustees of the temple and the 19th defendant also claims to have been validly appointed as trustee by a mediator who is alleged to have possessed the power to appoint him. according to the rules of the institution prevailing at the time of the suit, the temple was to be .....

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May 02 1912 (PC)

Authi Lakshmi and ors. Vs. Annasami Aiyar and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : May-02-1912

Reported in : (1912)23MLJ104

..... not provide for the performance of various ceremonies of her son and she alleged in the plaint that when her husband was about to die he acknowledged in presence of mediators that the deed of partition executed by him was inequitable and that the properties should, upon her son's attaining the age of majority, be divided into two equal shares .....

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Jan 09 1912 (FN)

Vogt Vs. Graff and Vogt

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-09-1912

..... rule is thus laid down: where "the ancestor, by any gift or conveyance, takes an estate of freehold, and in the same gift or conveyance, an estate is limited, either mediately or immediately to his heirs in fee or in tail, . . . 'the heirs' are words of limitation of the estate, and not words of purchase." 1 coke, 104; daniel v. whartenby .....

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Mar 29 1912 (PC)

Prakkateri Parkum Vatakakka Chettiatath Kandyil Kittooli and Ors. Vs. ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-29-1912

Reported in : 14Ind.Cas.295

..... remained and fell for division among the four taywazhis of the tarwad. the negotiations and discussions among the adults of the family and their friends and relations who acted as mediators (including the husband of one of the senior ladies of the tarwad) lasted for about 5 days. all the adult male members knew evidently that the plaint items and some .....

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Jun 20 1912 (PC)

The Collector of Farrukhabad Vs. Gajraj Singh

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jun-20-1912

Reported in : 15Ind.Cas.625

piggott, j.1. we are dealing in this case with the affairs of a family of panwar thakurs who, according to a tradition embodied in the settlement records, trace back their descent to one rao sheopal singh, who cams into the farrukhabad district from the deccan something over six hundred years ago. his family acquired considerable landed property in farrukhabad and across the oudh border in hardoi. it broke up into several branches, but the evidence shows that the village of wazirpur in the farrukhabad district was looked upon, as the head quarters of the family. the branch with which we are immediately concerned had its head-quarters at allahganj in the same district, and the group of villages owned by them was kaown as 'taluqa allahganj'. there are other indications in the evidence besides the use of this name that the status of the family at one time approximated more or less to that of an oudh taluqadari estate. at the time of the mutiny, the owners of 'taluqa allahganj' were three brothers, lekha singh, hemanchal singh and dammar singh. the first named was the eldest, and he had one son, named gopal singh, the other two died childless. the family was deeply involved in the mutiny and was severely dealt with by the government in 1859. when this day of reckoning came, it is clear that the three brothers, whatever may have been the actual state of things before 1857, found it convenient to represent themselves as entirely separate in estate, and as each owning one-third .....

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Jul 18 1912 (PC)

Shrimant Raje Bahadur Raghojirao Saheb Vs. Shrimant Raje Lakshmanrao S ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jul-18-1912

Reported in : (1912)14BOMLR1226

lord shaw 1. this appeal is made against a decree of the high court of justice at bombay, dated the 14th november 1907, which affirmed a decree of the subordinate court of poona, dated the 7th december 1904. the plaintiff (respondent) and the defendant (appellant) are brothers, the main object of the suit is contained in the first prayer of the paint, and is to have it declared that the whole of the immoveable and moveable estate mentioned in the schedule annexed to the plaint belongs to these two brothers as equal owners thereof. the elder brother, the defendant appellant, is rajah of dear. and the claim is registered by him upon the ground that the various properties referred to had been succeeded to by him, under the law of primogeniture, as an appanage to the title of rajah conferred upon him by a sanad issued under the hand of the governor-general, earl canning, in the year 1861.2. the properties are situated in the districts of poona, ahmednagar, satara, and sholapur, all in the presidency of bombay. they include five mouzahs or villages, together with various vatans, hakks, and cash allowances, set forth in the schedule. it was matter of agreement in the high court that the main question in the case should be treated as one applicable to the villages or mouzahs, and that when the question of partibility or impartibility should be settled in regard to them, the remaining items in the schedule should follow that decision.3. of the mouzahs mentioned, that of deur is .....

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