Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Jul-22-2014
..... to come again on 19.12.2013. on 19.12.2013, the appellant assured that he would pay rs.7,000/- to smt. manisha (respondent) on the next date. the mediation proceedings were deferred to 15.01.2014. thereafter, he did not appear. learned counsel for the appellant has pleaded no instructions. in the facts and circumstances, it would be just ..... against ex parte, however, later her counsel put in appearance on 08.08.2013 and he was allowed to join the proceedings. the parties were directed to appear before the mediation and conciliation centre of this court vide order dated 06.11.2013. the appellant it was ordered shall pay rs.15,000/- as litigation expenses to the respondent on the ..... next date of hearing. mediation proceedings were conducted. however, the parties could not reach at any settlement. before the mediation and conciliation centre, the appellant paid a sum of rs.10,000/- on 06.12.2013 out of rs.15,000/- as ordered .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kolkata
Decided on : Sep-24-2014
..... mediation. we hope, the mediation would succeed. in case it does not succeed, the endeavour, which we indicate to be made, cannot be used for any other purpose. (manjula chellur, cj.) (banerjee, j.) sn ..... we direct the parties to pay a further sum of rs.2 lacs to the mediator, to be paid by the appellants and the respondents in equal share at the firs.instance. place the matter three weeks after puja vacation. mr.abhrajit mitra, learned senior counsel ..... appearing for the appellants, would apprehend, in case of failure of mediation for any chance the process of survey might be used against him. his apprehension is misconceived. we have directed survey to be done only to smoothen the process of ..... be paid by the owners association. after the survey is done, the surveyor would submit his report in a sealed cover to the mediator when the mediator would proceed further in the matter to have the reconciliation process completed. the mediator held many sittings, as we understand from the parties. the parties, however, paid a consolidated remuneration of rs.1 lac. this time .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Kerala
Decided on : Oct-13-2014
..... maranelloor police station will stand quashed under section 482 cr.p.c. the original memorandum of agreement signed by the crl.m.c.. no. 3977/2013 3 parties before the mediator will be forwarded to the munsiff court, neyyattinkara, for appropriate orders in the civil proceeding pending as o.s. no. 158/2013. sd/- p. ubaid, judge sd // true copy // ..... will have to be passed by the competent civil court in terms of the compromise. for this purpose, the original memorandum of agreement signed by the parties as part of mediation process will have to be forwarded to the civil court. in the result, this crl.m.c. is allowed. the first information report and further proceedings in crime no. ..... . pending this proceeding, this court found possibility of settlement for resolution of the actual dispute forever. accordingly, the matter was referred to the mediation and conciliation centre attached to the high court of kerala. both the parties entered appearance in the mediation centre and took part in the conciliation process. the parties accordingly settled the whole dispute forever, and executed a ..... mediation agreement incorporating the terms of settlement. the petitioner herein agreed to execute a sale deed in favour of the defacto complainant, with respect to .....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 : Nov-18-2014
..... sparing a convict found guilty of such a crime. i am of the considered opinion that since the complainant has settled the matter on terms with the petitioners before the mediation centre, dwarka courts, new delhi, on 09.10.2014, and also received adequate compensation from the petitioners, and where the complainant is no longer interested in supporting the prosecution thereby ..... the complainant and her mother on 09.10.2014.5. counsel for the petitioner has also drawn my attention to paragraph 5 to 11 of the aforesaid settlement before the mediation centre on 09.10.2014 to demonstrate that the settlement is a comprehensive one that has been arrived at between the complainant and all the accused persons; including one shri ..... investigation, the chargesheet was filed in the court below. during the course of the trial, the matter was referred to mediation by the court below, and ultimately, on 09.10.2014, the matter was settled between the parties before the mediation centre, dwarka, new delhi. a copy of the settlement arrived at between the parties has also been annexed to the petition .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Guwahati
Decided on : Mar-19-2014
..... belong to whom. 3) we both the parties i.e. duley and ati uru agreed to follow and accept the last decision given by the mediator for settlement of the casesl. norepresent from dulley clan:sl. norepresent from ati uru michi1.shri. duley uja1.shri. michi taker2.shri. duley tallo2. ..... tage village and absiibo uru of michi village to solve the case in amicable way. 2) that we from both parties fully empower the mediator with boundaries owners to identify/check/and to judge the side wise boundaries owners whether the ati uru or duley clan, of michi village, the ..... the following points: 1) that we from both side the forest owner i.e. dulley and ati uru both from michi village fully authorised to mediator shri, bamin siri, honble zpm along with boundary owners of rachi or langkhu forest, like, kime clan of hija village, tage nami of mudang ..... and 40 of the assam frontier (administration of justice) regulations, 1945 nor as arbitrator under arbitration and conciliation act, 1996. he was simply appointed as mediator to settle the dispute amicably. the learned trial court also failed to appreciate that the respondent filed a petition in the court of deputy commissioner, ziri ..... that the family members of respondent have lodged the oral complaint against the family members of the petitioner, shri bamin siri, zpm was requested to mediate and settle the matter amicably. thereafter, both the parties were summoned and their signatures were obtained on a deed of agreement prepared in advance on .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Nov-12-2014
..... any further, and prays that the same be closed.7. counsel for the state submits that looking to the overall circumstances, where the parties have amicably settled the matter upon mediation after reference by the trial court, and the complainant is no longer interested in supporting the prosecution, no useful purpose will be served in continuing with these proceedings, subject, of ..... to be filed in the matter, the court of learned a.c.m.m., tis hazari courts, delhi, referred the parties to mediation at their request, and ultimately, on 11.09.2014, the parties arrived at a settlement before the mediation centre, tis hazari courts, delhi. a copy of the said settlement has been annexed to this petition. in terms of the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Dec-04-2014
..... the legal representatives of the deceased khanchand have arrived at a mutual settlement with the petitioners on terms after reference in that behalf by the mact court to the delhi mediation centre, tis hazari court, new delhi; and the legal representatives of the deceased are no longer interested in supporting the prosecution, thereby diminishing the chances of its success.11. consequently ..... the deceased khanchand, who was aged about 70 years, and a retired farmer, lost his life due to an unfortunate accident; has been amicably settled on terms before the delhi mediation centre, tis hazari, new delhi, on a reference from the mact court; and where the legal representatives of the deceased are no longer interested in pursuing the matter, no useful ..... , who ultimately died few days later at the l.n.j.p. hospital, new delhi.5. thereafter, the parties are stated to have entered into a settlement at the delhi mediation centre, his hazari courts, new delhi on 15.09.2014, where the matter was referred by the mact court, tis hazari, delhi. a copy of the settlement agreement has also .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Feb-04-2014
..... order dated 25th april, 2005 such mesne profits were ordered to be deposited in this court and permitted to be withdrawn by the respondent/plaintiff. the parties were referred to mediation cell of this court, which was successful. a settlement agreement dated 4th october, 2006 was signed between the parties whereunder the appellant/defendant agreed to purchase the rights of the ..... executant; (v) on sections 17 & 49 of the registration act, 1908 and section 54 of the transfer of property act, 1882; (vi) rules 24 & 25 of the delhi high court mediation & conciliation act, 2004.17. the counsel for the respondent/plaintiff has handed over photocopies of the following judgments, though not making any arguments on the basis thereof: (a) r. kanthimathi ..... the appellant/defendant did not pay the said amount within the time agreed. the reliance now placed by the counsel for the appellant/defendant on rules 24 & 25 of the mediation & conciliation rules, is misconceived. it is evident from the orders in the appeal after the date of the settlement agreement that the said settlement agreement was given a go bye .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : May-09-2014
..... of 2013 .arose and the above said fir was registered for the above mentioned offences against the petitioners.now the matrimonial dispute has amicably been resolved during the mediation proceedings before the mediation and conciliation centre in the high court, as husband and wife have decided to part ways and have filed petition under section 13-b of the hindu marriage ..... the parties is without any pressure or coercion from any one and the same is genuine one. complainant karamjit kaur has stated that the compromise has been effected before the mediation centre. she is agreed with all the terms and conditions settled in the said compromise dated 24.7.2013, which is by her own free consent, without any undue influence .....Tag this Judgment!