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CFI 013/2011 – Reasons for Order

CFI 013/2011 – Reasons for Order

March 29, 2012

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Claim No: CFI 013/2011

THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE OF DIFC COURTS

Between

CAPITAL INVESTMENT INTERNATIONAL Applicant/Defendant
and

GCC INTERNATIONAL

Respondent/Third Party
AIDA DAGHER Claimant

REASONING FOR DISCLOSURE ORDER OF JUDICIAL OFFICER SHAMLAN AL SAWALEHI MADE ON 28 MARCH 2012

1. On 27 February 2012, I issued a Disclosure Order “The Order” on Application No.05/2011 against the Respondent subsequent to hearing both parties on 12 February 2012.
2. The Respondent requested the Reasons for the Order in order to file an application for Permission to Appeal.
3. I ordered at paragraph 3 of the Order:

“Each party to this application to pay their own Cost”

4. I was relying on Part 38 of the Rules of the DIFC Courts and, in particular, Rule 38.7(1) which says:

“The general rule is that the unsuccessful party will be ordered to pay the cost of the successful party”

However, the winning party in this Application is not legally represented and I directed that each party should bear their own costs.

5. The unsuccessful party in this Application was the Respondent, GCC International, who was ordered at paragraph 1 of the Order:

“The Respondent shall produce to the Applicant within seven days of the date of this Order the following documents:

a. Incorporation License of GCC International Media City — Dubai
b. Articles of Association of GCC International Media City — Dubai
6. These were the reasons for paragraph 3 of the Order.

Shamlan Al-Sawalehi
Judicial Officer
Date of Issue: 29 March 2012
At: 2pm

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