Skip to content


Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: mediation Year: 1929 Page 1 of about 207 results (0.014 seconds)

Mar 19 1929 (PC)

Marivada Veeranna, Minor, by Mother and Guardian, Mahalakshmi and ors. ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-19-1929

Reported in : (1930)59MLJ139

..... claim must be deemed to be the claim of ammanna, for it was as her foster-son that ammanna put forward his claim before the mediators. the mediation was quite open and in settlement of disputes, between the parties as, admitted by the plaintiff's own witnesses. it took place more ..... defendants 1--3 that after tiruppayya's death there were disputes between his, widow venkata-ramanamma and ammanna and that those disputes were settled by mediators, in accordance with whose award the property in question in this appeal was allotted to ammanna. i am not prepared to dissent from my ..... ammanna was put forward in good faith and had some foundation, and the dispute between him and the widow was compromised with the aid of mediators, that compromise is binding on the reversioners.6. this compromise being valid, the transfer of the remaining properties by the widow to her daughter ..... for there is a recital in the document, 'the parties having had disputes in the division of moveable and immoveable property they owned...the mediators decided as follows:' and what follows is consistent with a definite settlement of the claims of the respective parties but not with a mere partition ..... compromise is invalid so far as the estate is concerned. the first contention must clearly be negatived for the plaintiff's own witnesses admit that the mediators settled all the disputes between ammanna and venkataramanamma, and, if the award were merely a partition of the properties between them which had already been .....

Tag this Judgment!

Dec 18 1929 (PC)

L.V. Narasimha Sastri Vs. the Official Assignee of Madras

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-18-1929

Reported in : (1930)59MLJ321

..... as a loan but as payment on behalf of mr. p.c. venkataramanayya, who owed rs. 2,500 to the insolvent and that suit was for rs. 600 settled by mediators as the sum still due in respect of the balance of rs. 1,200. the subject-matter of this suit is not this rs. 1,300 but the remaining rs .....

Tag this Judgment!

Oct 18 1929 (PC)

Sivanu thevar and ors. Vs. Omaiyorubhagam Pillai and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-18-1929

Reported in : AIR1930Mad560; (1930)58MLJ437

..... induce the ryots to effect by mutual arrangement a transfer of rights and to terminate the system of 'mixed holdings' special officers were at the resettlement appointed to act as mediators,and again-as a rule, the land pattadar bought the palmyras from the tree pattadars.5. the lower appellate court has fundamentally misunderstood the position. it has applied standing order .....

Tag this Judgment!

Dec 18 1929 (PC)

(illur) Ramayya Chetti Vs. Mannaru Chetti and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-18-1929

Reported in : AIR1930Mad590

..... stridhanam but that is incompatible with the description given of it and as the learned district judge surmises need not be taken seriously. and it goes on to say that mediators having settled the matter the executant agrees to receive a sum in cash of rs. 200 and thereafter never to make any claim either upon narasamma on her son and .....

Tag this Judgment!

Dec 18 1929 (PC)

L.V. Narasimha Sastri Vs. Official Assignee

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-18-1929

Reported in : 129Ind.Cas.650

..... as a loan but as payment on behalf of mr. p.c. venkataramaaayya who owed rs. 2,500 to the insolvent, and the suit was for rs. 600 settled by mediators as the sum still due in respect of the balance of rs. 1,200. the subject-matter of this suit is not this rs. 1,300 but the remaining rs .....

Tag this Judgment!

Dec 18 1929 (PC)

Ramayya Chetti Vs. Mannaru Chetti and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-18-1929

Reported in : 126Ind.Cas.492

..... stridhanam but that is incompatible with the description given of it and as the learned district judge surmises need not be taken seriously. and it goes on to say that mediators having settled the matter the executant agrees to receive a sum in cash of rs. 200 and thereafter never to make any claim either upon narasamma on her son and .....

Tag this Judgment!

Dec 03 1929 (PC)

Gangabai Baswantrao Desai Vs. Fakirgowda Somappagowda Desai

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Dec-03-1929

Reported in : (1930)32BOMLR368

binod mitter, j.1. this is an appeal from a decree of the high court of judicature at bombay dated september 15, 1925, reversing a decree of the subordinate judge of dharwar dated june 25, 1923.2. the following pedigree will show the relationship of the parties to the litigation and their ancestors:-dod-baswantrao, d. 1893.|---------------------------------| | somappagowda baswantrao,| |--------------------- --------------------| | | |nilapagowda. fakirapagowda, | first wife, | plaintiff no. 1. | gangabai. | | defendant no. 1.| | |---------------------------------- | ---------------| | | | | |irbasapgowda. bapusaheb. chikkappa. second virupax. shankargowda, (plaintiff nos. 2, wife, defendant defendant3 and 4.) basawa. no. 3. no. 4.defendant alleged adoptedno. 2. sons.3. dod-baswantrao died in 1893. he left two sons, somappagowda (hereinafter referred to as somappa) and baswantrao. dod-baswantrao owned and possessed considerable watan land in the villages of hallikeri and annigeri, bhadrapur and basapur. somappa died on february 28, 1911, and baswantrao on october 11 1911. baswantrao left two widows, gangabai, defendant no. 1, and basava, defendant no. 2. gangabai is said to have adopted either defendants nos. 3 and 4: in litigation between them a compromise was effected by which the adoption of defendant no. 3 was upheld.4. only two questions have been debated before the board, and they are (1) was there a partition between somappa and baswantrao between the years 1898 and .....

Tag this Judgment!

Oct 31 1929 (PC)

Dal Bahadur Singh Vs. Bijai Bahadur Singh

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Oct-31-1929

Reported in : (1930)32BOMLR487

buckmaster, j.1. their lordships do not desire to hear the appellants further, for, in their opinion, this appeal must succeed. it is brought against two decrees of the high court of judicature at allahabad, dated december 23, 1926, both of which involve the only point that is now open for consideration, namely, whether or not power was conferred upon musammat sultan kunwar by her husband ajit singh., to make an adoption to him.2. the facts of the case are these : ajit singh died in 1860, leaving musammat sultan kunwar his widow. it is stated that he had anxiously hoped for heirs, but that hope had been disappointed, and his widow was left without any son or daughter to comfort her. she continued in her loneliness until 1914, and on october 6 of that year she purported to adopt to her husband one amar bahadur singh. it is that adoption that is in dispute. so far as the documents and ceremonies are concerned it is not now impeached, the challenge is against the power to adopt and not the process by which the adoption was carried out. consequent on the adoption the widow proceeded to obtain a mutation of names in the register, and for that purpose, of course, the fact of the adoption was a necessary piece of evidence. these proceedings were opposed by the reversioners, but the officer before whom they took place had to decide the dispute on the basis of possession and if he was unable to satisfy himself on this point then he was under an obligation to ascertain by summary .....

Tag this Judgment!

Jul 16 1929 (PC)

James R.R. Skinner Vs. Robert Hercules Skinner

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jul-16-1929

Reported in : (1930)32BOMLR1

george lowndes, j.1. one richard skinner died in 1913 intestate, and his estate, which included immovable properties of considerable value, devolved upon his brother george skinner and his sister alice skinner in equal shares. richard skinner was at the time of his death indebted to the delhi and london bank, and administration of his estate was granted to a mr. angelo, the bank's manager. on june 18, 1918, while the estate was still under administration, george skinner executed in favour of robert hercules skinner, the first respondent in this appeal, a document in the following terms :-[the first sentence, is torn out.'this day between mr. (torn out) at present at meerut of the one part, hereinafter called the first party, and mr. r. h. skinner of hansi of the second part, hereinafter called the second party.whereas mr. g.c.e. skinner, the said first party (paper torn), heir to the estate of his late brother, mr. r, k. skinner, and the said first party therefore as heir has a (paper torn) in the property allotted to the late mr. r.r. skinnor' by the decree of the district judge, delhi, of .august, 1888, partitioning the joint skinner estate ; and in all the property he subsequently acquired. and that whereas my brother r. r. skinner died in about august, 1913, and that since his death there has been constant trouble and long, expensive and ruinous litigations and family disagreement, etc., owing to which vendor has not been able to get possession up to data, nor gets any .....

Tag this Judgment!

Jul 25 1929 (PC)

Nirman Bahadur Vs. Fateh Bahadur Singh and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-25-1929

Reported in : AIR1992All963; 118Ind.Cas.710

mukerji, j.1. this is the plaintiff's appeal. the following pedigree will explain the history of the case and the relationship among themselves, of the actors in this history:(for pedigree see p. 964)2. the ancestor, naurang singh, owned both ancestral and self-acquired property held jointly by himself and his five sons. in the year 1893, on 7th january, he executed a document entitled 'deed of partition' which will be found at p 57 of the paper book. one of the important points that we have to decide in this appeal will be the effect of this document on the status of the family. one of the immediate results of the deed was that jai karan singh the eldest son, began to live separately. naurang singh died on 5th may 1895. within a few months of his death (according to one party six months and according to the other, some 15 months) dirgbijai singh died. mt. manraj kunwari's name was recorded in the place of her husband in the khewat. in 1914, fateh bahadur singh and raghuraj singh alias banke singh, instituted a suit against manraj kunwari, to obtain a declaration that she was a widow of a joint hindu family and had no right to the property over which her name had been recorded in the khewat. in the alternative, they claimed possession over two-thirds of the property, on the ground that the remaining one-third belonged to the third brother balkaran singh who was made a proforma defendant, see p. 107 of the printed record.3. after some time, the parties, excepting balkaran .....

Tag this Judgment!


Save Judgments// Add Notes // Store Search Result sets // Organizer Client Files //