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CFI 021/2011 – Order for Directions

CFI 021/2011 – Order for Directions

March 28, 2012

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Claim No: CFI 021/2011

THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

Between

AHMED MOHAMED ABDEL AZIZ K. SALEH Claimant
and

CHARTIS MEMSA INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

Defendant

ORDER FOR DIRECTIONS

UPON hearing Ms L. Riesenburg for Claimant and Ms F. Campbell for Defendant following delivery of the Court’s oral judgment in respect of the Claimant’s Application for dismissal of the Defendant’s strike out Application (“the Application”) of 22 February 2012

This Court HEREBY ORDERS by consent:

1. That the Claimant file and serve no later than 4pm on 8 April 2012:

(i) All evidence it wishes to adduce in opposition to the Application;
(ii) Its Skeleton Argument in relation to the Application;
(iii) That any replies to (i) be lodged within seven days from the date of receipt of such evidence.
2. Leave reserved to each party to apply to the Court on two days’ notice on any matter which may arise in relation to the above directions.

This Court FURTHER ORDERS:

3. That unless the Claimant complies with 1(i) and (ii) it shall thereafter be precluded from defending the Application, absent extraordinary circumstances justifying the failure to comply.
4. That the Application be heard and determined by Deputy Chief Justice Sir Anthony Colman on 3 May 2012 commencing at 10am with an estimated hearing time of three hours.

Justice David Williams
28 March 2012

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