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CFI 013/2009 – Default Judgment

CFI 013/2009 – Default Judgment

June 21, 2009

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Claim No: CFI 013/2009

THE JUDICIAL AUTHORITY OF THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

Between

LESLIE WOOLASTON Claimant
vLIBERTAS CAPITAL LIMITED Defendant

DEFAULT JUDGMENT

In accordance with rule 13.7 of the Rules of the DIFC Courts and UPON the request of the Claimant dated 17 June 2009 for a default judgment (amount to be decided by the court) it is found as follows:

1. The Defendant has not filed with the DIFC Courts an admission or defence to the Claim.

 

2. The requested default judgment is granted.

 

3. The Defendant is ordered to pay to the Claimant the following amounts as set out in the Claim:

• Payment in lieu of the contractual notice period of three months being £24,999
• Payment in lieu of accrued and unused holiday entitlement being £3,557.31
• End of Service Gratuity entitlement under DIFC Employment Law being £5,208.03
• Unused air tickets for Claimant and immediate family being £5,000

 

Amna Al Owais
Deputy Registrar
Date of Issue: 21 June 2009
At 03:00 pm

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