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Oct 31 1934 (PC)

N.A.M. Appasami Pillai Vs. Morangam Muthirian and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-31-1934

Reported in : AIR1935Mad371; 157Ind.Cas.259; (1935)68MLJ73

..... question sufficient? what the defendant asserts there is in effect:there was on my part a past liability for a larger sum. but owing to certain claims i made, the mediators fixed my debt at a reduced amount. for that sum alone i am liable, which i am remitting.9. in regard to the original debt there is no more than ..... liability as is sufficient for that purpose.2. the plaintiff, alleging that a certain sum was due to him, has filed the suit. the defendant pleads that there was a mediation at which an amount smaller than the sum claimed, was fixed as due by him and that he paid the sum so fixed in full discharge of the plaintiff's ..... further contention is, that it contains a sufficient acknowledgment. the lower court has found on the issues of fact, that the defendant has failed to prove that there was a mediation and that on the date of the payment there was still a balance due.3. in the letter in question, the defendant, alleging the ..... mediation, states expressly that beyond the amount he is remitting, no further sum is due; in other words, that the payment is in full discharge of the debt. does such a .....

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Aug 07 1934 (PC)

Sri Mahant Prayag Doss Jee Varu and ors. Vs. Archakam Bokkasam Govinda ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-07-1934

Reported in : AIR1935Mad220; 157Ind.Cas.547; (1935)68MLJ295

..... xxiii. as stated in the endorsements on ex. xxiii(b), a draft was prepared embodying the best that could be got from him in the circumstances, 'after considerable cogitation and mediation'. ex. xxiii(b) contains a recital that records have been filed, that 'bokkasam' service in the tirumalai devasthanam should be performed by the archakas of tiruchanur devasthanam. the present record .....

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Mar 16 1934 (PC)

Khirod Behari Dutt Vs. Man Gobinda and ors

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-16-1934

Reported in : AIR1934Cal682,152Ind.Cas.351

..... maintainable and decreed the payment by williams of 900 to gregory, on the ground that parker acted as trustee for gregory and 'gregory may derive an equitable right through the mediation of parker's agreement,' though he was not a party to it, nor furnished any part of the consideration.5. this decision rested on lord hardwicke's theory as stated .....

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Mar 05 1934 (FN)

Nebbia Vs. New York

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-05-1934

..... the state, subject to existing provisions of the public health law, the public service law, the state sanitary code, and local health ordinances and regulations; to act as arbitrator or mediator in controversies arising between producers and dealers, or groups within those classes, and to exercise certain special powers to which reference will be made. the board is authorized to promulgate .....

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Oct 29 1934 (PC)

Minor Veerappa Chettiar by Guardian Vinaitheethal Achi and anr. Vs. S. ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-29-1934

Reported in : (1935)68MLJ157

..... for which that decree was obtained was contracted by the 2nd defendant on 14th december, 1928. on 1st february, 1929, the 2nd defendant, under the advice of certain elders and mediators, executed a release seed ex. a in favour of the plaintiffs, the first plaintiff being his younger brother and the second plaintiff being his minor son. that document recites that .....

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Feb 09 1934 (PC)

Seethai Achi Vs. Meyappa Chettiar and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-09-1934

Reported in : AIR1934Mad337; 150Ind.Cas.582

..... and 3 alleged that it was not a completed arrangement and was intended to take effect if some other matters in dispute-between the parties were also settled by the mediators. according to the case of respondent 1, not only did plaintiff and defendants 1 and 3 enter into the said rajinama with their free will and consent, but they also .....

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Feb 09 1934 (PC)

Seethai Achi Vs. Meyyappa Chetti and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-09-1934

Reported in : (1934)66MLJ517

..... and 3 alleged that it was not a completed arrangement and was intended to take effect if some other matters in dispute between the parties were also settled by the mediators. according to the case of the 1st respondent, not only did the plaintiff and defendants 1 and 3 enter into the said rajinama with their free will and consent, but .....

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Aug 22 1934 (PC)

Murugesam Pillai Vs. Meenakshisundara Ammal

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-22-1934

Reported in : AIR1935Mad107a

..... which controversy has ranged relates to these items and is as follows:in view of the fact that defendant 1 got much property from his maternal grandrather arumugham pillai, some mediators interested in the plaintiff, among whom were mogaiyur subramaniam pillai and the plaintiff's mother, meenakshisundara ammal, requesting him to give the plaintiff some money, whereupon defendant i agreed to .....

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Oct 20 1934 (PC)

Veerappa Chettiar Vs. S.A. Ar. M. Annamalai Chettiar and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-20-1934

Reported in : AIR1935Mad316; 156Ind.Cas.439

..... for which that decree was obtained was contracted by the second defendant on december 14, 1928. on february 1, 1929, the second defendant, under the advice of certain elders and mediators, executed a release deed ex. a in favour of the plaintiffs, the first plaintiff being his younger brother and the 2nd plaintiff being his minor son. that document recites that .....

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Mar 21 1934 (PC)

Pandit Someshwar Dutt Vs. Pandit Tirbhawan Dutt

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Mar-21-1934

Reported in : (1934)36BOMLR652

alness, j.1. the suit in the court of the subordinate judge of gonda out of which this appeal arises was brought by two plaintiffs (1) pandit tirbhawan dutt, and (2) thakur jai indar bahadur singh, with whom plaintiff no. 1, before its institution, entered into an agreement, whereby plaintiff no. 2 undertook to pay the costs of the suit, on the footing that he should receive half of the property recovered in the proceedings. the chief court of oudh, from which this appeal comes, have held that that agreement was not in the circumstances champertous. it is unnecessary that their lordships should express any opinion on this point, and they refrain from doing so. the suit was directed against pandit sotneshwar dutt, the elder brother of plaintiff no. 1. its object was to recover possession of certain properties which the plaintiffs allege are being wrongly retained by the defendant. the learned subordinate judge, by decree dated september 9, 1929, dismissed the suit. on appeal, the chief court of oudh, on october 13, 1930, in substance decreed it. the defendant appeals.2. in the sequel, inasmuch as plaintiff no. 2 has no concern with the merits ' of the case, plaintiff no. 1 will be referred to as 'the plaintiff' where that expression is used.3. in 1894 the mother of the plaintiff and the defendant died, survived by her husband, and by the two sons referred to. they became jointly interested on her death in certain immoveable property left by her. the defendant was born on .....

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