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Lalit Modi-Bina Modi Case: Supreme Court Asks To Reconcile Differences In Family Dispute Matter

By Lawstreet News Network      18 days ago      0 Comments      1,270 Views

The Supreme Court on Thursday adjourned the case related to ongoing family dispute between businessman Lalit Modi, his mother Bina Modi and his siblings for August 1, 2022.

The bench of Chief Justice of India NV Ramana, Justices Krishna Murari and Hima Kohli asked the parties to come up with a solution to solve the dispute. "Last time we appointed arbitrators but you could not decide... Both sides should be fair, you can't take an advantage or the other parties cannot take advantage. Please come up with solutions," the CJI said.

When the matter was taken up for hearing, the senior counsels informed the bench that the mediation in which the Top Court had appointed former Supreme Court judges, Justice Vikramjit Sen and Justice Kurian Joseph as mediator had failed.

Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal for the respondents raised preliminary with regards to the SLP challenging the Delhi High Court's judgment being filed through power of attorney of Lalit Mod.

"This dispute relates to a trust. The SLP was filed through the power of attorney," Sibal submitted.



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Lalit Modi Bina ModiSupreme Court of IndiaNV RamanaCJIJustice Krishna MurariJustice Hina Kohli
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