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CFI 006/2007 – Order

CFI 006/2007 – Order

May 8, 2011

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Claim No: CFI 006/2007

Claim No: CFI 007/2007

THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

IN THE MATTER OF DIFC INSOLVENCY LAW NO. 3 OF 2009

AND IN THE MATTER OF

FORSYTH PARTNERS GLOBAL DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED
and
FORSYTH PARTNERS (MIDDLE EAST) LIMITED
(both in liquidation)

 

ORDER OF SIR JOHN CHADWICK

UPON READING Application Notice 004/2011 and Application Notice 005/2011;

AND UPON READING the written submissions and other material filed on behalf of the joint liquidators in support of the applications for directions;

AND BEING SATISFIED that appropriate directions can be given without the need for a hearing;

IT IS HEREBY DIRECTED THAT:

1. These two applications be listed for hearing together in the week commencing 19 June 2011 with a time estimate of 3 hours.

 

2. Mr Stuart Teasdale and Mr Paul Forsyth be joined as Respondents to application 4/2011.

 

3. Mr Geoff Tait be joined as a Respondent to application 5/2011.

 

4. The Respondents file evidence (if any, as advised) by 19 May 2011.

 

5. The Joint Liquidators file further evidence (if any, as advised) by 2 June 2011.

 

6. All Parties exchange and lodge skeleton arguments (or written submissions, if so advised) by 13 June 2011.

 

7. All Parties may seek further directions (so far as may be needed) by application in writing (with copies of such application to all other Parties).

 

Issued by:
Mark Beer
Registrar
Date of Issue: 8 May 2011
At: 12pm

 

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