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CA 008/2018 Standard Chartered Bank vs Actina FZCO

CA 008/2018 Standard Chartered Bank vs Actina FZCO

September 5, 2018


Claim No: CA-008-2018





Appellant / Defendant



Respondent / Claimant


UPON reviewing the Appellant’s Notice dated 3 May 2018 seeking permission to appeal against the Order with Reasons of H.E. Justice Shamlan Al Sawalehi dated 12 April 2018 (the “Order”)

UPON reviewing the Respondent’s submissions in response to the Appellant’s Notice dated 27 May 2018

AND UPON hearing counsel for the Claimant and the Defendant at a hearing on 4 September 2018


1. The appeal hearing is adjourned to a date to be fixed by the Registry pending the Claimant’s filing of an Application to Amend its Particulars of Claim filed in case number CFI-045-2017 (the “Claimant’s Application to Amend”).

2. The Claimant’s Application to Amend shall be filed and served by no later than 4 pm, 3 October 2018.

3. The Defendant’s Response to the Claimant’s Application to Amend shall be filed and served by no later than 4 pm, 31 October 2018.

4. The Parties shall thereafter liaise with the Registry to fix a date for the hearing of the Application to Amend, to be heard within 14 days of the filing and service of the Defendant’s Response.

5. H.E. Justice Ali Al Madhani is appointed as case management Judge, pursuant to RDC 44.124, and the hearing of the Claimant’s Application to Amend shall be listed before him.

6. The Claimant shall pay the Defendant’s costs of the appeal on the standard basis, to be assessed if not agreed within 14 days of date of this Order.

7. Liberty to apply.



Issued by:

Ayesha Bin Kalban

Assistant Registrar

Date of issue: 5 September 2018

At: 4pm


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