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May 03 1961 (HC)

Natesa Chetty Vs. V.M. Subba Raya Chetty

Court : Chennai

Decided on : May-03-1961

Reported in : AIR1962Mad389

..... failed to prove that there was a mediation and that on the date of the payment, there was still a balance die. the learned judge held that far from there being an admission, there was a distinct assertion ..... case, there was an acknowledgment by the debtor in these terms:'there was on my part past liability for a larger gum. 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.'the trial court found on issues of fact that the defendant had .....

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Jun 19 1961 (FN)

Machinists Vs. Street

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-19-1961

..... of said carrier," the chairman of the interstate commerce commission and the commissioner of labor should attempt to resolve the dispute, at the request of either party, by conciliation and mediation. 2. if these methods failed, a board of voluntary arbitration could be set up with representatives on it of the carrier and the "labor organization to which the employees ..... bargaining to the railroad industry is more costly from a monetary standpoint than that carried on in any other industry. the administrative machinery is more complete and more complex. the mediation, arbitration, and presidential emergency board provisions of the act, while greatly in the public interest, are very costly to the page 367 u. s. 762 unions. the handling of ..... of disputes, in conferences between the parties, 2, second, third and fourth (now sixth), and if not so settled, in submissions to boards of adjustment, 3, or the national mediation board, 4. and the legislation expanded the already existing voluntary arbitration machinery, 7, 8, 9. a primary purpose of the major revisions made in 1934 was to strengthen the position ..... during world war ii, the nonoperating unions made an unsuccessful attempt to obtain union security, incidental to an effort to secure a wage increase. following the failure of negotiations and mediation, a presidential emergency board was appointed. two principal reasons were advanced by the unions. they urged that, in view of their pledge not to strike for the duration and their .....

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May 03 1961 (HC)

Palani Pillai Vs. Sengamalathachi and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : May-03-1961

Reported in : AIR1962Mad160

..... claims under the settlement deed in his favour by arunachalam and the first defendant sengamalam resisted those claims. the deed of family arrangement came into existence as a result of mediation by persons interested in the minor's family and in rathnaswami who wanted to avoid a protracted and costly litigation which may prove to be ruinous to the interests of ..... this suit arunachalam pillai died and the suit itself was withdrawn and dismissed on 18-8-1938. but the dispute between rathnaswami and sengamalam was not resolved and there was mediation between them by persons interested in the welfare of the minor's family. a deed of family arrangement dated 23-2-1940 was brought about between rathnaswami and sengamalam by .....

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Apr 24 1961 (FN)

Cohen Vs. Hurley

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-24-1961

..... taken away from railroad employees in one situation, but page 366 u. s. 131 guaranteed to professional employees in other situations. compare switchmen's union of north america v. national mediation board, 320 u. s. 297 , with leedom v. kyne, 358 u. s. 184 . a state employee need no longer be entrusted with government property if he refuses to explain what .....

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Feb 14 1961 (HC)

Masireddi Suryanarayana Vs. Akula Anasuyamma

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-14-1961

Reported in : AIR1963AP298

..... the court below was justified in granting a decree for recovery of possession of those items.2. the plaintiff stated in paragraphs 10 and 11 of the plaint that the mediation that was held on 13-10-1948 was not valid and binding and that the properties in the possession of the 4th defendant form part of the estate of late .....

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Sep 19 1961 (HC)

Management of Desi Textile Mills Vs. State of Mysore and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Sep-19-1961

Reported in : AIR1962Kant174; AIR1962Mys174; ILR1962KAR137

..... disputes act as permitting or enabling a reference under its provisions by the state government even in cases in which although an industrial disputes has not been settled though the mediation of the conciliation officer has nevertheless been settled by the parties themselves privately. it would be altogether unmeaning and unreasonable for the state government to make a reference under section .....

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Jun 12 1961 (FN)

Deutch Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-12-1961

..... intervening summers of his 4-year program, 1 summer with a labor union, 1 with a management group, if possible, and 1 summer with a neutral agency, such as a mediation agency or arbitration service." there was no mention of the cornell graduate school, nor of the petitioner, in the transcript of marqusee's testimony. the transcript of richardson's testimony .....

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Apr 24 1961 (FN)

In Re Anastaplo

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-24-1961

..... of what the bar means to american republican government. the bar, when it exercises self-control, is in a peculiar position to mediate between popular passions and informed and principled men, thereby upholding republican government. unless there is this mediation, intelligent and responsible government is unlikely. the bar, furthermore, is in a peculiar position to apply to our daily lives the constitutional .....

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Nov 16 1961 (SC)

Manohar Lal Chopra Vs. Rai Bahadur Rao Raja Seth Hiralal

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-16-1961

Reported in : AIR1962SC527; [1962]Supp1SCR450

raghubar dayal, j.1. the appellant and the respondent entered into a partnership at indore for working coal mines at kajora gram (district burdwan) and manufacture of cement etc., in the name and style of 'diamond industries'. the head office of the partnership was at indore. the partnership was dissolved by a deed of dissolution dated august 22, 1945. under the terms of this deed, the appellant made himself liable to render full, correct and true account of all the moneys advanced by the respondent and also to render accounts of the said partnership and its business, and was held entitled to 1/4th of rs. 4,00,000/- solely contributed by the respondent towards the capital of the partnership. he was, however, not entitled to get this amount unless and until he had rendered the accounts and they had been checked and audited. 2. the second proviso at the end of the convenants in the deed of dissolution reads : 'provided however and it is agreed by and between the parties that as the parties entered into the partnership agreement at indore (holker state) all disputes and differences whether regarding money or as to the relationship or as to their rights and liabilities of the parties hereto in respect of the partnership hereby dissolved or in respect of questions arising by and under this document shall be decided amicably or in court at indore and at nowhere else.' 3. on september 29, 1945, a registered letter on behalf of the respondent was sent to the appellant. this required .....

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Apr 19 1961 (SC)

Carl Still G.M.B.H. and anr. Vs. the State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-19-1961

Reported in : AIR1961SC1615; [1962]2SCR81; [1961]12STC449(SC)

venkatarama aiyar, j.1. both these appeals arise out of the same facts and involve the determination of the same question, and this judgment will govern both of them. 2. the appellant in civil appeal no. 237 of 1960 is a company registered at recklinghausen near dusseldorf in west germany, and carries on business in the manufacture and erection of plants and machinery. on december 19, 1953, it entered into a contract with a company called sindri fertilisers and chemicals (private) ltd., hereinafter referred to as the owner, for assembling and installing machinery, plants and accessories for a coke oven battery and by-products plant at sindri in the state of bihar for an all-inclusive price of rs. 2,31,50,000. the agreement provides that the appellants were to supply all the materials and labour required for the execution of the works, and that the performance was to be split up into two categories, the german section and the indian section, that the german section was to consist of deliveries of materials from germany free on board european ports, cost of technical drawings and services of german specialists, and that the indian section was to consist of supply of indian materials and charges for indian labour and services to be performed in india. the german section was to be paid out of the lump sum stated above a sum of rs. 1,31,50,000 in pounds sterling in london on account of the appellant, and the indian section was to be paid the balance of rs. 1,00,00,000 in indian .....

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