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 : Delhi
Decided on : Jan-08-2014
..... the estate of late shri mohinder singh ought to be divided equally amongst all the legal heirs. while the three sisters agreed, defendants 2 and 3 did not. the attempted mediation through sardar iqbal singh kohli and his younger brother shri s.s. kohli took place in the first week of october 2004. the meeting ended in a quarrel amongst the ..... used to be in the connaught place office.42. the alleged discovery of the will dated 27th november 2003 has itself created a suspicion. it is seen that during the mediation that took place following the death of late shri mohinder singh, defendants 2 and 3 maintained that there was no will. defendant no.2 admits that the will was not ..... holding on the will without getting it probated even though it is plain that the parties bitterly argued during the mediation proceedings in the presence of sardar iqbal singh kohli in october 2004. he admits that he had asserted his rights during mediation and his brothers and sisters did not agree. yet he did not file any suit. in his cross-examination .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Jan-22-2014
..... abide by the conditions as enshrined in section 438 (2) cr.p.c.he is directed not to leave the country without prior permission of the court concerned. . the mediation has, however, failed. petitioner is the father of the husband of complainant. on instructions from asi hardoop singh, learned state counsel submits that the petitioner has joined the investigation on ..... /- by way of bank draft to the daughter-in- law before the mediation centre on the date fixed. list on 22.1.2014. in the meanwhile, petitioner in the event of arrest would be admitted to bail by the investigating officer. petitioner shall ..... petitioner submits that son of the petitioner was arrested on 1.10.2013 and he has been granted regular bail on 8.10.2013. the matter is referred to the mediation centre of kataria rishu 2014.01.23 11:56 i attest to the accuracy and integrity of this document crm-m-30414-2013 -2- this court where the petitioner, his ..... son, the complainant and his daughter would appear on 30.10.2013. the mediator would be at liberty to fix more than one dates for the purposes of mediation proceedings but report be sent before the next date of hearing. the petitioner is directed to pay an amount of rs.20,000 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Feb-19-2014
..... the parties. the fir has been registered on the complaint of rameshwari (respondent no.3) as matrimonial dispute and differences have arisen between the parties. now, with the efforts of mediation and conciliation centre in the high court, the parties have agreed to settle their matrimonial dispute and differences amicably between themselves. the parties have decided to seek mutual divorce and ..... , matrimonial dispute arose between the parties and the above mentioned fir was got registered. during the cours.of proceedings for grant of anticipatory bail, the case was referred to the mediation & conciliation centre of this court, where a compromise was arrived at between the petitioners and the complainant. on the basis of the said compromise, a petition for grant of decree ..... that a compromise dated 23.7.2013 (annexure-p.2) has already been effected between the parties before the mediation and conciliation centre of the high court and she has received draft of `5 lacs as per the settlement before the mediation and conciliation centre of this court and she has no objection, if the fir and further proceedings are quashed. she .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : Mar-17-2014
..... of the final report dated3011.12 in cc no.2105/12 on the file of judicial first class magistrate court1 kottayam. annexure b. copy of the settlement arrived at the mediation by the petitioners and the other accused persons. annexure c. affidavit dated2202.14 sworn by the2d respondent/defacto-complainant. respondent(s)' annexures: --------------------------------------------- n i l /true copy/ p.a.to ..... , 342 and section 188 of indian penal code. the matter has been now settled between the parties on the basis of a conciliation entered into between the parties in the mediation. but, since some of the offences are non-compoundable in nature, they could not file the petition before that court for compounding namely judicial first class magistrate court no-i ..... miscellaneous petition." 3. second respondent appeared through counsel and submitted that the matter has been settled between the parties in the mediation and the entire dispute arose on account of a labour dispute which was also settled amicably in the mediation. so, they have no objection in allowing the application.4. the learned public prosecutor, on instructions, as directed by this court .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Apr-30-2014
..... when the matter was listed before the learned single judge on september 30, 2011 was with respect to calculation of the composition fee, which in fact was earlier referred to mediation, and the settlement thereof was also reported on the said date of hearing. it is also pleaded in the appeal that the composition fee was being paid without prejudice to ..... undertaking, since the limited controversy with regard to the computation of the composition fee remained, as suggested by the parties they were referred for mediation to the delhi high court mediation cell. needless to state the purpose of the mediation was to work out an agreed composition fee payable by the appellant.10. on july 23, 2010 the parties arrived at a settlement .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : May-20-2014
..... has been filed for extraneous consideration to extract monetary benefits. he has further submitted that before the mediation centre the complainant had demanded transfer of land by the petitioner, in the name of her two daughters to secure her future. on account of said demand the matter could ..... kaur alleging that she has been maltreated by her husband and the petitioner. the petitioner is mother-in- law of the complainant. the matter was sent for mediation. it has been informed that the mediation between the petitioner and the complainant failed. the petitioner was required to pay a sum of rs.20,000/- to the complainant on her appearance before the ..... mediation centre to enable her to meet the litigation and other misc. expenses. the said amount has also not been paid. counsel for the petitioner has vehemently urged that the complaint .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : May-26-2014
..... sentence in this revision.4. pending this proceedings the parties expressed willingness to have the dispute resolved amicably by mediation. accordingly the case was referred to mediation, and the parties earnestly took part in the process of mediation. but the report of mediation submitted by the mediator is not something that can be enforced under the law, as a report of amicable settlement or resolution .....Tag this Judgment!