Court : Delhi
Decided on : Feb-10-2014
..... file its reply and the matter was posted on 27.02.2013. on 27.02.2013 the parties submitted that the matter could be referred to the delhi high court mediation & conciliation centre (dhcmcc) and, accordingly, they were directed to appear before the dhcmcc on 07.03.2013 and the matter was directed to be listed on 24.05.2013. however ..... referring the matter to mediation had directed the respondent to file its reply at least 10 days prior to the date, the same was not on record when the matter was taken up by the ..... , this court also directed that in the event the mediation was unsuccessful, the respondent should file its reply at least 10 days prior to the next date of hearing. the mediation was unsuccessful and the matter was again taken up by this court on 24.05.2013. although, this court while .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Mar-24-2014
..... tirlochan singh, for probate thereof; (i) that vide order dated 5th august, 2010 in fao(os) no.83/2007 arising from the aforesaid proceedings, the parties were referred to the mediation cell of this court; (j) that the settlement agreement dated 6 th august, 2010 supra was signed between the parties; (k) that the plaintiff agreed to the said settlement agreement ..... fraudulently is made out. it cannot also be lost sight of that the settlement agreement was arrived at before the mediation cell of this court through the aegis of trained professional mediator and if challenge to such settlement agreements arrived at before the mediation cell of this court were to be entertained on such pleadings, the same will severely hamper the efficacy and ..... faith in mediation which has been statutorily recognised as a dispute resolution method.25. even though the plaint does not contain the ingredients required to be pleaded to make out a case of .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Apr-09-2014
..... lead oral evidence in defence of the divorce petition. by sending the matter to the mediation centre, it is not expected that parties would continue to think of producing their witnesses on the next date unless the court is informed of failure to reach a settlement ..... i attest to the accuracy and integrity of this document parties to mediation meant that a reasonable time ought to have been allowed afresh to the parties to thrash out a compromise, and failing which the petitioner should have been allowed time to ..... granted on 11th february 2014 and the same was not availed. if last opportunity was granted on 11th february 2014, i do not see why the matter was remitted for mediation thereafter to try working out an amicable settlement to put an end to the disputes between the parties. sending the mamta cr no.2618 of20142 2014.04.12 12:46 ..... of deposition and the same could only be concluded on 11th february 2014. on the next date fixed i.e 19th february 2014, the parties were referred by court to mediation which effort remained inconclusive on the next date of hearing i.e on 28 th february 2014, when unfortunately the remaining evidence of the respondent/husband, the petitioner before this .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : May-16-2014
..... 15:07 i attest to the accuracy and integrity of this document high court chandigarh crm no.m-37787 of 2013(o&m) 3 deed(annexure p-2) before the mediation and conciliation centre of this court. the factum of compromise is also reiterated by complainant- reeta rani and her husband rakesh jamalia in their respective affidavits.5. what cannot ..... other subsequent proceedings arising therefrom, invoking the provisions of section 482 cr.p.c., inter alia, pleading that with the active participation and guidance of the mediator, the parties have amicably settled their disputes. they have redressed their grievances. the parties have performed their respective part of the agreement/settlement-deed (annexure p-2). complainant-reeta rani ..... (annexure p-2) before the mediation and conciliation centre of this court.3. having compromised the matter, now the petitioners-accused have preferred the present petition, to quash the impugned fir(annexure p-1) and all ..... 2. sequelly, the petitioners-accused filed a petition for the grant of anticipatory bail in this court bearing crm no.m-24491 of 2013. the matter was referred to the mediation and conciliation centre of this court for amicable settlement. ultimately, good sense prevailed and the parties have amicably settled their disputes by virtue of settlement-deed dated 11.10.2013 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : Aug-01-2014
..... appropriate proceedings, including revenue recovery. registry shall forward a copy of the judgment to the director, kerala state mediation and conciliation centre.5. however, it is to be noticed that on 04.03.2014 when the earlier writ petition was disposed off, the government had submitted that the appeals ..... process of this court. the petitioner, hence, would be imposed with exemplary cost of rs.25,000/- [rupees twenty five thousand only], which shall be paid to the kerala state mediation and conciliation centre. if payment is not effected within a month, the registrar general shall issue necessary certificate to the beneficiary so as to realise the same by way of ..... have the same caused to be realized by way of appropriate proceedings. serve a copy of the verdict to the director, kerala state mediation & conciliation centre as well". hence, the writ petition was dismissed imposing costs on the petitioner, but, however, leaving open the remedy of the petitioner to approach the appellate authority for ..... court with clean hands. interference is declined and the writ petition is dismissed with a cost rs.5,000/- (rupees five thousand only) to be paid to the kerala state mediation & conciliation centre, which has to be effected within one month' failing which, it will be open for the registrar general to issue necessary certificate to the beneficiary so as to .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : Aug-20-2014
..... of this judgment, shall take place on 4th, 5th or 6th of november, 2014 so as to give sufficient time to the parties to try and settle their differences through mediation in the meanwhile. if the matter remains unresolved even by the end of october, 2014, the 3rd respondent shall proceed with the hearing as directed above and pass orders in ..... mediation between the parties, the petitioner and respondents 4 and 5 shall approach the kerala mediation centre, high court complex, w.p.(c).no.141/2010 9 ernakulam, on 27.8.2014 to explore this possibility. the hearing before the 3rd respondent ..... between the petitioner and respondents 4 and 5, who are brothers, it would be in the best interest of the parties to try and settle the issues between them through mediation instead of attempting recourse to civil litigation which is bound to consume lot of their time and effort. to facilitate a .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Decided on : Aug-19-2014
..... , was brought to this court, by the respondents 3 and 4. as both the petitioner and respondent no.3 are brothers, we thought it fit, to refer the matter to mediation and conciliation centre, attached to madurai bench of madras high court, and requested, mr.s.kanagaraj, learned counsel, to be the ..... mediator. parties were directed to appear, before the mediation centre, on 31.07.2014, at 10.30 a.m. after making an effort, in mediation case no.385/2014, the learned mediator, has submitted a report, dated 31.07.2014, stating that mediation could not succeed, and hence the case has been referred back .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Nov-24-2014
..... .2 charika and our marriage has been dissolved by a decree of divorce by mutual consent on 28.3.2014. i have since settled all my disputes and differences in mediation on 18.3.2013 and in terms thereof i have also today paid a sum of rs.5 lakhs being the final instalment of the agreed amount of rs.27 ..... petitioners at the instance of respondent no.2/complainant. the entire dispute which was domestic in nature has been settled between my son-petitioner no.1 and the complainant in mediation on 18th march, 2013 on terms. i further state that petitioner no.1 and respondent no.2 have obtained divorce by mutual consent. after the aforesaid settlement and grant of ..... to the complainant and petitioner no.1 in hma petition no.961b/2014 has also been annexed with this petition. in terms of the aforesaid settlement arrived at before the mediation centre on 18th march, 2013, petitioner has undertaken to pay a sum of rs.27,00,000/- in full and final settlement of all the dues of the complainant. apart ..... is stated that in an application seeking anticipatory bail moved by petitioner no.1 before the court of learned additional sessions judge, tis hazari courts, the matter was referred in mediation and on 18th march, 2013 both the parties arrived at an amicable settlement. in terms thereof, petitioner no.1 had agreed to pay a total sum of rs.27,00 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Nov-11-2014
..... for only four times and finally he visited india while he was on leave during january- february 1996. the appellant also appears to have taken efforts for mediation to settle the differences and the mediation was scheduled to take place on 23.2.1996; but lillikutty committed suicide on the same day. keeping in view the totality of the facts and circumstances ..... .2.1996 lillikutty poured kerosene oil on herself and also drank some, which was later cleared away. on 23.2.1996, a mediation talk had been scheduled and pw-1 and the relatives of lillikutty were also to attend the mediation talks but when the meeting was so scheduled, lillikutty committed suicide by hanging. on the first information by pw-1, a .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Oct-29-2014
..... offences under sections 498a, 504, 506(b) ipc and also under sections 3 and 4 of dowry prohibition act. 3. it appears this court has referred the parties to mediation before the mediation centre, bangalore. the parties have entered into compromise and settled their entire conflict in this regard. it is stated in the compromise petition at paragraph v that the petitioners ..... hon'ble court under section 482 of code of criminal procedure, 1908 seeking for quashing of the proceedings in c.c.no.17685/12. the said case is referred to mediation. in clause(vii) of the compromise petition, the parties have agreed in the following manner:- "in view of the said settlement the petitioners and 2nd respondent pray that the proceedings ..... have agreed to the contents of the said agreement. there is no illegality in compromising the matter between the parties. 5. today, in compliance with clause vi(6) of the mediation agreement, the petitioners are paying a sum of rs.15,00,000/- in favour of the second respondent by way of pay order no.016725 dated 23.10.2014 drawn .....Tag this Judgment!