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Jul 22 1997 (HC)

Prabhulingam Vs. Y. Ramiah and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-22-1997

Reported in : 1997(4)ALT376

..... 1 to his father in the year 1956 are true and that the father of the petitioner came into possession of that land under such mediation in the year 1956. under point no. 3, which relates to the plea of adverse possession set up by the petitioner herein, the learned additional chief ..... the said land under the registered sale deed dated 28-5-1970 from syed shabuddin hussain. under point no. 2 he came to the conclusion that the mediation pleaded by the present petitioner, who was the defendant in the suit, and delivery of possession of the eastern half of the land in sy. no. ..... that the respondents herein are the owners of the land and that the petitioner failed to establish his title to the disputed land either under the alleged mediation or by way of acquisition of title by adverse possession. it is also now admitted that the petitioner herein filed a.s.253/76 before the additional ..... issuance of ownership certificate under section 38-e of the tenancy act. on the other hand, the contention of the petitioner is that in view of a mediation effected by some elders in the year 1956 when disputes arose between his father and the father of the respondents, the father of the respondents gave the ..... agreed to give the eastern half of the disputed land to his father and he was also put in possession of the said land in pursuance of such mediation by the elders; that eversince 1956, his father and after his death, he alone are in exclusive possession and enjoyment of the eastern half of the .....

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May 02 1997 (HC)

Tatavarthi Jagannadham (Died) Per L.R. Vs. Akkineni Radhakrishna (Plai ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : May-02-1997

Reported in : 1997(3)ALT661

..... in this behalf in the notices issued by him before filing the suit or even in the plaint, in his evidence he came out with the version that before the mediators it was settled that because of certain plots of land being lost due to formation of roads, the defendant agreed that plot no. 21, which did not form part of ..... agreed to be sold. as the defendant failed to execute the sale deeds for the remaining extents, disputes cropped up between the parties and the same were ultimately resolved by mediation which resulted in the execution of the fresh agreement dated 15-12-1984 under which the defendant agreed to convey to the plaintiff a total extent of ac.0-43 ..... was not of the essence of the contract. according to him, having regard to the admitted fact that the suit agreement dated 15-12-1984 was the result of a mediation by which the prior disputes between the parties were settled and it was specifically stipulated in the agreement that the plaintiff had to pay the sale consideration of rs. 36 .....

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Mar 13 1997 (HC)

Kamlapati Dubey Vs. Union of India

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-13-1997

Reported in : 1997IIIAD(Delhi)1; 67(1997)DLT25; 1997(41)DRJ480

..... suffer for several years for a relatively small problem. some of these small problems can be sorted out by good offices and mediation of senior officials. the problem in this case perhaps could have been solved by proper counselling and mediation of senior officers. since the problem was not tackled immediately in proper perspective, it has led to disastrous consequences. the petitioner .....

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Aug 11 1997 (HC)

Manjula Vs. Mani and Others

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-11-1997

Reported in : 1998CriLJ1476

..... after the marriage that took place on 9-9-1984. the 1st accused was neglecting and avoiding the company of the appellant/complainant. the efforts of the appellant/complainant for mediation also failed. the appellant/complainant learnt from the witnesses viz., rajagopal, poongavanam and nataraja gounder that the 1st accused married the 2nd accused on 22-9-1985 at sakthi koil .....

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Jul 21 1997 (HC)

S.S.M. Soundappan and 5 ors. Vs. K.G. Balakrishnan and 14 ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-21-1997

Reported in : 1997(2)CTC385

..... the executant will be a bar to the plea on nonest factum.'here, the petitioners have a definite case. they entrusted the papers to the mediators only to record a final settlement, though receipt of such papers is denied by respondents 1 and 2 in their counter statement. in view of my ..... he attested it. respondents 1 and 2 are family friends and there is no necessity for them to side with one group. when they came as mediators, their impartiality will have to be presumed. learned counsel also submitted that the first petitioner was the governor of a lions club. he is a big ..... respondents 1 and 2 are also interested in the mediation, as copies of the replies are sent to them. if respondents 1 and 2 are arbitrators, mr. dhakshinamoorthy would not have interfered in the matter, ..... could be done, could be done. if, in fact, there was an arbitration agreement, there was no purpose in writing to mr. dhakshinamoorthy, asking to mediate for handing over the materials and for exchanging the materials as referred to in the memorandum of compromise. mr. dhakshinamoorthy is also conscious of the fact that ..... did they receive any claim statement or counter-statements, and no oral evidence or documentary evidence was also taken. respondents 1 and 2 agreed to act as mediators only.6. finally, on 24.8.1993, a memorandum of understanding (for short, mou) was reached, and the same was put down in writing. .....

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Feb 19 1997 (FN)

Lawyer Vs. Department of Justice

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-19-1997

..... represented at the status conference and indicated its intention to file a motion to intervene. id., at 24. no one at the status conference objected to submitting the matter to mediation. the secretary of state was not represented at the conference. 573 21, as revised in plan 386, would no longer extend into polk county or north toward clearwater, would have ..... mediation. after the mediator declared an impasse in late october, see 166 tr. 8 (oct. 26, 1995), the parties continued discussions on their own and on november 2, 1995, filed with the district court ..... , 1995). at a status conference held on july 6, 1995, shortly after we decided miller v. johnson, 515 u. s. 900 (1995), all parties agreed to the appointment of a mediator to seek resolution of the suit,2 see record 78, at 2; 134 tr. 13, 14, 16 (july 6, 1995), though pretrial proceedings continued during the ensuing .....

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Dec 30 1997 (HC)

State of Andhra Pradesh Vs. United India Insurance Co. Ltd.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-30-1997

Reported in : 1998(2)ALT51; [1998]94CompCas155(AP)

..... special government pleader attached to the office of the advocate-general vehemently contended that admittedly the fire accident is covered by the policy. the said accident occurred not through any mediation of the insured. the unruly mob set fire to the godowns and the red sanders and other varieties of wood stocked in the godown. this incident happened beyond the control ..... is unexpected. it is the cardinal principle of interpretation of statutes that the plain meaning of the words should be taken into consideration. thus taken, there should not be any mediation of any human agency to bring it into the ambit of the word 'accident'. in this case, the rioting mob set fire to the godowns and the wood therein. this .....

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Dec 08 1997 (HC)

Yerraguntla Nagaiah and anr. Vs. State, A.P. Hyderabad

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-08-1997

Reported in : 1998(3)ALD564; 1998(1)ALT(Cri)407

..... . the accused is also suspecting her fedility after the birth of the 2nd child and then the 1st deceased went to her parents house and informed about the ill-treatment. mediation took place at the instance of one abburi venkateswarlu (pw13) and parents of the 1st deceased and others. however, the accused did not change the attitude. the accused had not ..... and circumstances of the present case. 18. so far as the sentence is concerned, considering the above facts and circumstances, it is to be noted that there is no pre-mediation to commit the offence. there is no evidence showing that the incident is brutal and heinous in nature. 19. the supreme court of india, in shidagouda v. state of karnataka .....

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Aug 12 1997 (HC)

V.K. Bramhanandam Achary and anr. Vs. State of A.P.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-12-1997

Reported in : 1998(5)ALD531; 1998(2)ALD(Cri)594; 1998(2)ALT(Cri)537

..... that she would be beaten by al and a3 if there was mediation.12. pw9 is dr. a.k. vijayalakshmi, who along with dr. velayudha reddy conducted autopsy over the dead body of the deceased and found the following external injuries:(1) an ..... an advocate and that al threatened pw1 by saying that in case the deceased was not sent back, divorce would be given. then the deceased stated that she need no mediation, that she would go back to the house of the accused and that her future would be decided as per her fate. he further deposed that the deceased told him .....

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Dec 29 1997 (HC)

Ch. Sambaiah Vs. Marupaka Parijatham and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-29-1997

Reported in : 1998(2)ALD662; 1998(3)ALT61

..... the mortgage, the defendant spent huge money towards new construction, maintenance, payment of taxes etc. it may be so that a formal sale deed was not executed pursuant to the mediation by d. ws. 3 and 4. however, if the conduct of the plaintiffs is taken into consideration, it can be concluded that they have lost the right of equity of ..... onthat day. d.w.4 has also stated that he waspresent at the time of demand for paymentby the defendant to pay the amount in cashand that finally on their mediation the defendantagreed to take the suit house as a sale towardsthe balance amount under mortgage after thesettlement of accounts.9. the trial court on appreciation of the above evidence came ..... by the learned counsel for the respondents/plaintifls that there is no explanation as to why the names of d.ws.3 and 4 who claim to have acted as mediators are not referred to in the written statement d.w.3 stated that plaintiffs 1 and 2have agreed and that they wanted to settlethe mortgage amount due with the defendant .....

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