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CA 001/2011 – Ruling on Application under DIFC Rule 36.40 to correcr typographical error in Judgment

CA 001/2011 – Ruling on Application under DIFC Rule 36.40 to correcr typographical error in Judgment

March 11, 2012

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Claim No. CA 001/2011

THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS

In the name of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE BEFORE JUSTICE DAVID WILLIAMS

BETWEEN

NATIONAL BONDS CORPORATION PJSC Appellant
and

 

(1) TAALEEM PJSC
(2) DEYAAR DEVELOPMENT PJSC
Respondents
Hearing: 21 March 2011
Counsel: Michael Black QC and Nicholas Tse instructed by Hikmat Fayad & Associates for the Appellant.
Vernon Flynn QC and Tom Montague-Smith instructed by Hogan Lovells (Middle East) LLP for the First Respondent.
Artemis Artemi of DLA Piper Middle East LLP for the Second Respondent.
Judgment: 5 May 2011
Application: 13 December 2011
Ruling: 22 February 2012

RULING ON APPLICATION UNDER DIFC RULE 36.40 TO CORRECT TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR IN JUDGMENT

1. The Judgment was issued on 5 May 2011.

 

2. By letter dated 13 December 2011 the Applicant applied, without notice, for correction of a typing error in the Judgment.

 

3. It is with no doubt that the Representative’s name was an accidental slip and a typographical error since the evidence was clear that the Representative who appeared was Artemis Artemi of DLA Piper Middle East LLP.

 

4. In view of the explicit findings to which have been referred, there is no doubt that:

(i) The accidental slip is obvious; and
(ii) A hearing of the Application would not be appropriate

 

5. Accordingly, the accidental slip (typographical error) in the parties section is hereby corrected and the parties section shall be taken to refer to Artemis Artemi of DLA Piper Middle East LLP as the Representative for the Second Respondent.

Issued by: Amna Al Owais
Deputy Registrar
Date of Issue: 11 March 2012.
At: 4pm

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