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CFI 033/2017 Bankmed (SAL) Trading in the DIFC under The Trade Name Bankmed (Dubai) v (1) Fast Telecom General Trading LLC (2) Ali Mohammed Salem Abu Adas (3) Mohammad Jawdat Ayesh Mustafa Al Bargouthi (4) Saif Saeed Sulaiman Mohamed Al Mazrouei (5) Ibrahim Saif Hormodi (6) Ahmed Abdel Kader Hamdan Zahran

CFI 033/2017 Bankmed (SAL) Trading in the DIFC under The Trade Name Bankmed (Dubai) v (1) Fast Telecom General Trading LLC (2) Ali Mohammed Salem Abu Adas (3) Mohammad Jawdat Ayesh Mustafa Al Bargouthi (4) Saif Saeed Sulaiman Mohamed Al Mazrouei (5) Ibrahim Saif Hormodi (6) Ahmed Abdel Kader Hamdan Zahran

April 22, 2018

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Claim No. CFI-033-2017

THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

BETWEEN

BANKMED (SAL) TRADING

IN THE DIFC UNDER THE TRADE NAME BANKMED (DUBAI)

Claimant/Respondent

and

(1) FAST TELECOM GENERAL TRADING LLC

(2) ALI MOHAMMED SALEM ABU ADAS

(3) MOHAMMED JAWDAT AYESH MUSTAFA AL BARGUTHI

(4) SAIF SAEED SULAIMAN MOHAMED AL MAZROUEI

(5) IBRAHIM SAIF HORMODI

(6) AHMED ABDEL KADER HAMDAN ZAHRAN

Defendants


ORDER OF H.E. JUSTICE OMAR AL MUHAIRI


UPON reviewing the Third Defendant’s Application No. CFI-033-2017/3 and documents filed in support seeking to set aside the Default Judgment of Judicial Officer Nassir Al Nasser dated 29 October 2017 (the “Application”)

AND UPON reading the documents in the Court file

AND PURSUANT to Part 14.2 of the DIFC Court Rules (the “RDC”)

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT:

1.The Application is granted on the basis that the Third Defendant should be allowed to defend the claim.

2. The Default Judgment of Judicial Officer Nassir Al Nasser dated 29 October 2017 is set aside against the Third Defendant.

3.The Claimant shall file and serve its statement of case and particulars of claim within 14 days from the date of this Order.

4. The Third Defendant shall file and serve its defence to the statement of case and particulars of claim within 28 days after service of the particulars of claim.

5. The costs in the case.

 

Issued by:

Ayesha Bin Kalban

Assistant Registrar

Date of issue: 22 April 2018

Time: 12pm

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