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CFI 045/2012 – Order of Assistant Registrar, Natasha Bakirci

CFI 045/2012 – Order of Assistant Registrar, Natasha Bakirci

June 18, 2013

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Claim No: CFI-045-2012

IN THE COURTS OF THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE

COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

BETWEEN:

TVM CAPITAL MENA LIMITED Claimant
and

ALI AKBAR HASHEMI

Defendant

ORDER OF THE ASSISTANT REGISTRAR, NATASHA BAKIRCI

UPON the Claimant having filed a request for Default Judgment on 15 May 2013

AND UPON the parties having filed an agreed Order as to the terms set out below

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED BY CONSENT THAT:

1. The Claimant’s request for Default Judgment dated 12 May 2013 be deemed withdrawn;

 

2. Good service has been effected upon the Defendant of the Claim Form by way of the Court’s email to the Defendant and his counsel on 15 May 2013;
3. The Defendant shall have until 18 June 2013 to file his Acknowledgement of Service;

 

4. All other procedural steps and time periods contemplated in the Rules of the DIFC Courts shall apply from 18 June 2013; and

 

5. The costs of the Claimant’s request for Default Judgment and of this order shall be costs in the case. This order shall be without prejudice to the Respondent’s ability to object to and/or comment upon the Claimant’s original method of attempted service and the appropriateness of the request for Default Judgment in any subsequent costs assessment.

 

Issued by:
Natasha Bakirci
Assistant Registrar
Date: 18 June 2013
At: 2pm

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