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CFI 020/2014 GFH Capital Limited v David Lawrence Haigh

CFI 020/2014 GFH Capital Limited v David Lawrence Haigh

June 13, 2018

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Claim No: CFI-020-2014

THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

BETWEEN

 

GFH CAPITAL LIMITED

Claimant

and

DAVID LAWRENCE HAIGH

Defendant


ORDER OF JUSTICE SIR JEREMY COOKE


UPON the Progress Monitoring Hearing held by way of telephone on 7 June 2018

AND UPON the Defendant’s letter dated 7 June 2018 seeking an adjournment of the Progress Monitoring Hearing and of the trial

AND UPON the Defendant having communicated with the Court from multiple email addresses during the currency of the proceedings

AND UPON the Defendant having failed to comply with any of the directions set down by the Court in its Case Management Order of 25 November 2017

AND UPON hearing Counsel the Claimant at the Progress Monitoring Hearing, at which the Defendant was neither present or represented

AND UPON READING the further documents recorded as having been read

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT:

1.Insofar as the Defendant’s letter dated 7 June 2018 is intended to constitute an application for an adjournment of the Progress Monitoring Hearing, it is refused.

2. Insofar as the Defendant’s letter dated 7 June 2018 is intended to constitute an application for an adjournment of the trial listed for 1 July 2018, it is refused.

3. The Court and the Claimant shall send electronic communications to the Defendant at each of the following email addresses:

  • dlhpvt@gmail.com
  • David@davidhaigh.com
  • dhaighlegal@gmail.com
  • davidhaighuk@gmail.com
  • haigh@detainedindubai.co.uk
  • freesheikhalatifa@escapefromdubai.org

4. The Claimant shall forward all electronic communications from the Court to the Defendant to each of the email addresses listed in paragraph (3) above, to abide the possibility that electronic communications from the Court have been blocked.

5. Bundles and documents filed with the Court by the Claimant shall be served on the Defendant (in addition to electronic service at the emails listed in paragraph (3) above) by sending hard copies by first class post or equivalent to:

The Cove

Lamorna

Penzance

Cornwall

TR19 6XH

United Kingdom

6. A hard copy of the Documents on the Claimant’s Reading List for the trial, the chronology, dramatis personae, the Claimant’s written opening and its skeleton argument shall (in addition to being filed electronically) be sent by the Claimant to the London address of the Trial Judge for his use, and a complete set of the Trial Documents delivered to the Court for his use in Dubai.

7. The time estimate for the trial of the claim is revised. The trial shall take place over four days, commencing 1 July 2018.

8. The Defendant has permission to attend the trial via Skype using the “Skype for Business” address of the Court, by telephone or by video-conferencing.

9. Save as provided in this Order, the directions contained in the Court’s Case Management Order of 25 November 2017 shall stand.

10. Costs in the case.

 

Issued by:

Ayesha Bin Kalban

Assistant Registrar

Date of issue: 13 June 2018

At: 4pm

 

 

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