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CFI 008/2007 – Order

CFI 008/2007 – Order

February 9, 2009

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Case No. CFI 008/2007

THE JUDICIAL AUTHORITY OF THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

Between

ITHMAR CAPITAL Claimant
and8 INVESTMENT INC 1st Defendant
and8 INVESTMENTS GROUP FZE 2nd Defendant

 

ORDER OF JUSTICE SIR ANTHONY COLMAN

UPON reading the application by JSA LAW dated 25 January 2009

AND UPON reading the application by the Claimant dated 1 February

AND UPON hearing counsel for the Claimant and 1st Defendant.

IT IS ORDERED THAT:

1) JSA LAW’s application to cease to act for the 1st Defendant be granted with effect from Monday 9 February 2009 on condition that they first:

a) provide the Claimant’s legal representatives with the First Defendant’s contact details, namely the email address at which JSA Law have been corresponding with the First Defendant, the telephone number on which they have been communicating with the First Defendant and the registered office address to which they have been sending their invoices;
b) deliver up the Ruby Stones referred to at paragraph 2 below; and
c) serve this Order on the First Defendant.
2) JSA LAW delivers the complete package of Ruby Stones to Mark Beer, Registrar of the DIFC Courts at 5pm on Monday, 9 February 2009 provided that Mark Beer shows proof of identity at the time of collection of the Ruby Stones from JSA LAW’s premises.

 

3) The Claimant has leave to effect future service on the First Defendant at the First Defendant’s registered office, Mr. Decker’s residence at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Dubai, UAE, namely Apartment 4011 Grosvenor House Hotel, PO Box 283142, Dubai UAE, or the email address provided by JSA Law referred to at paragraph 1 above (subject to the provisions regarding electronic service set out in Rule 9.3 of the Rules of the DIFC Courts).

 

4) The costs incurred by JSA LAW with respect to its application for leave to go off the record, and the costs of Claimant’s application dated 1 February 2009 be paid by the First Defendant, to be subject to Detailed Assessment if not agreed.

Mark Beer
Registrar
Date of Issue: 9 February 2009
At 4.45pm

 

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