An apology can be a result into settlement

Another great settlement made out by our firm at the mediation centre of Saket Court, New Delhi.

The case started out when there was an FIR registered in Amar Colony police station, under Sections 323/506/509/354 of Indian Penal Code. 

The respondent in her deposition on oath on examination by the Court has affirmed having sworn her affidavit annexed to the petition as and has further testified to having signed the mediation settlement dated in 2017 at the Mediation Centre, Saket Courts, New Delhi, voluntarily of her own accord without any duress or coercion from any quarter. The respondent has further testified to the effect that in terms of the said settlement, the petitioner has since apologized to her and thus she does not oppose the prayer made by the petitioners seeking quashing of the FIR in question nor does she want the petitioners to be punished in relation thereto. The respondent has further testified to the effect that she is an under- graduate and since 1997 she has been working as an Ultrasound Assistant. 

Taking into account by Justice Anu Malhotra, quashed the FIR and allowed the prayer made by the petitioner for maintenance of peace and harmony between the petitioners and the respondent and considered that it is appropriate to put a quietus to the litigation between the parties.

 

The PDF is attached hereto: An apology can be a result into settlement

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