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CFI 008/2011 – Order

CFI 008/2011 – Order

May 8, 2011

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Claim No. CFI 008/2011

THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

IN THE MATTER OF

ANNA DADIC Claimant
and

DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE AUTHORITY

Defendant

ORDER

IN ACCORDANCE with Rule 13.7 of the Rules of the DIFC Courts;

AND UPON the request for a Default Judgment received from the Claimant dated 21 April 2011;

Background

1. On March 31, 2011 the Claimant filed a Claim Form 7/01 with the DIFC Courts in which the amount said to be claimed was marked as “TBD”, meaning that such amount was to be determined by the Courts during the course of, or at the end of, the claim.
2. On April 21, 2011, the Claimant filed a Request for Default Judgment in the amount of US$ 248,150,028 using Form 13/01. In that form it was stated that the Defendant had not filed an admission, acknowledgment of service or defence to the claim and that the time for doing so had expired.
3. Rule 13.8 (2) of the Rules of the DIFC Courts provides that in respect of a claim where an amount of money is to be decided by the Court, requests for Default Judgment “must be in form 13/02”

ACCORDINGLY IT IS ORDERED THAT:

The request for Default Judgment is denied

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

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