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CFI 027/2016 (1) Nest Investment Holding Lebanon S.A.L. (2) Jordanian Expatriates Investment Holding Company (3) Qatar General Insurance and ReInsurance Company P.J.S.C. (4) Ghazi Kamel Abdul Rahman Abu Nahl (5) Jamal Kamel Abdul Rahman Abu Nahl (6) Trust Compass Insurance S.A.L (7) International Insurance Company (Cyprus) Limited (8) His Excellency Sheikh Nasser Bin Ali Bin Saud Al Thani (9) Fadi Ghazi Abu Nahl (10) Hamad Ghazi Abu Nahl (11) Kamel Ghazi Abu Nahl v (1) Deloitte & Touche (M.E.) (2) Joseph El Fadl

CFI 027/2016 (1) Nest Investment Holding Lebanon S.A.L. (2) Jordanian Expatriates Investment Holding Company (3) Qatar General Insurance and ReInsurance Company P.J.S.C. (4) Ghazi Kamel Abdul Rahman Abu Nahl (5) Jamal Kamel Abdul Rahman Abu Nahl (6) Trust Compass Insurance S.A.L (7) International Insurance Company (Cyprus) Limited (8) His Excellency Sheikh Nasser Bin Ali Bin Saud Al Thani (9) Fadi Ghazi Abu Nahl (10) Hamad Ghazi Abu Nahl (11) Kamel Ghazi Abu Nahl v (1) Deloitte & Touche (M.E.) (2) Joseph El Fadl

August 28, 2018

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Claim No. CFI-027-2016

THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

BETWEEN

(1) NEST INVESTMENTS HOLDING LEBANON S.A.L.

(2) JORDANIAN EXPATRIATES INVESTMENT HOLDING COMPANY

(3) QATAR GENERAL INSURANCE AND REINSURANCE COMPANY P.J.S.C.

(4) GHAZI KAMEL ABDUL RAHMAN ABU NAHL

(5) JAMAL KAMEL ABDUL RAHMAN ABU NAHL

(6) TRUST COMPASS INSURANCE S.A.L.

(7) TRUST INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY (CYPRUS) LIMITED

(8) HIS EXCELLENCY SHEIKH NASSER BIN ALI BIN SAUD AL THANI

(9) FADI GHAZI ABU NAHL

(10) HAMAD GHAZI ABU NAHL

(11) KAMEL GHAZI ABU NAHL

Claimants

and

(1) DELOITTE & TOUCHE (M.E.)

(2) JOSEPH EL FADL

Defendants


ORDER OF JUSTICE ROGER GILES


UPON the Judgment of Justice Roger Giles dated 12 February (the “Judgment”)

AND UPON Claimants’ Appeal Notice dated 8 March 2018 seeking permission to appeal against the Judgment on the joinder application and the skeleton argument filed in support (the “Claimants’ Appeal)

AND UPON the Defendants’ submissions dated 2 July 2018 in response to the Claimants’ Appeal

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT permission to appeal be granted on the ground that the subject-matter of the appeal is a matter of general importance constituting a compelling reason why the appeal should be heard

 

Issued by:

Ayesha Bin Kalban

Assistant Registrar

Date of Issue: 28 August 2018

At: 10am

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