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CFI 030/2015 Emirates Reit (CEIC) Limited v (1) Index Tower Residential Body Corporate (2) Associa Mena Owners Association Services

CFI 030/2015 Emirates Reit (CEIC) Limited v (1) Index Tower Residential Body Corporate (2) Associa Mena Owners Association Services

June 14, 2016

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Claim No: CFI 030/2015

 

THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS

 

IN THE COURT OF APPEAL

BETWEEN

EMIRATES REIT (CEIC) LIMITED

   Claimant / First Respondent

 

and

 

(1) INDEX TOWER RESIDENTIAL BODY CORPORATE

First Defendant / Second Respondent

(2) ASSOCIA MENA OWNERS ASSOCIATION SERVICES

                   Second Defendant / Appellant


ORDER OF JUSTICE SIR RICHARD FIELD


UPON considering the application of the Second Defendant for permission to appeal the costs order made by Justice Sir David Steel dated 12 April 2016 and the reasons annexed thereto

AND UPON reading the Second Defendant’s Grounds of Appeal and Skeleton Argument

AND UPON considering the documents on the Court File

AND IN ACCORDANCE with Part 44 of the Rules of the DIFC Courts

AND notwithstanding that the decision of Deputy Chief Justice Sir David Steel involved, inter alia, the exercise of a discretion, the Second Defendant’s proposed grounds of appeal are sufficiently arguable to merit the grant of appeal pursuant to RDC 44.8(1)


IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT
the Second Defendant be granted permission to appeal the said costs order of Deputy Chief Justice Sir David Steel dated 12 April 2016 on the grounds put before the Court in support of the application herein.

 

Issued by:

Natasha Bakirci

Assistant Registrar

Date of Issue: 14 June 2016

At: 2pm

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