Practice of handwritten clauses in settlement agreements needs to be discontinued: Delhi High Court

Such clauses need to be countersigned by a mediator in the presence of the parties as well as by the parties themselves, the Court held.
Practice of handwritten clauses in settlement agreements needs to be discontinued: Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court recently observed that the practice of handwritten clauses in settlement agreements needs to be discontinued unless the same is countersigned by a mediator in the presence of the parties as well as by the parties themselves (Mahinder Singh v. Meenakshi Yadav).

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