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CFI 008/2011, CFI 009/2011, CFI 010/2011, CFI 014/2011, CFI 015/2011 CFI 016/2011, CFI 017/2011, CFI 018/2011, CFI 019/2011 – Order

CFI 008/2011, CFI 009/2011, CFI 010/2011, CFI 014/2011, CFI 015/2011 CFI 016/2011, CFI 017/2011, CFI 018/2011, CFI 019/2011 – Order

November 9, 2011

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Claim No. CFI 008/2011

THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CENTRE COURTS

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

Between

ANNA DADIC Claimant
and

(1) DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE
(2) DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE AUTHORITY
(3) THE STATE OF THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
(4) EMIRATE OF DUBAI (known as Dubai Government)

Defendants

ORDER OF DAVID WILLIAMS

UPON reading the Claimant’s Application for Joinder of Claimants dated 28 October 2011;

UPON reading the relevant documents recorded in the court files and observing that no consent for joinder was presented with the Application and accordingly the Application is defective in terms of DIFC Rule 20.16 & DIFC Rule 20.18;

UPON recalling the Extended Civil Restraint Order dated 20 July 2011, which stated inter alia that no future Application or proceedings could be filed by the Claimant without Consent of the Court.

IT IS ORDERED THAT:

1. The Claimant is declined permission to make the Application for joinder in this proceedings and the Application is dismissed;
2. The registry is under no obligation to take any further steps in regard to this Application.
3. The registry shall not be obliged to receive, consider or process any further similar Applications;

NOTE: The Applicant’s attention is drawn to clause paragraph 3 of the Extended Civil Restraint Order dated 20 July 2011 which provides as follows: “For the avoidance of doubt, no appeal and no application for permission to appeal will lie to the Court of Appeal from a decision of a Judge under paragraph 2 of the Order, nor may that Judge’s decision be judicially reviewed in Court of First Instance”

Justice David Williams
Date of Issue: 9 November 2011
At: 9am

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