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CFI 033/2015 (1) Orion Holdings Overseas Limited (2) Orion Global Financial Services LLC (3) Orion Capital Limited (In Liquidation) v (1) Mohammed Abu Al Haj (2) Nidal Abdel Khaleq Abu Al Haj (3) Privatbank Ihag Zurich AG

CFI 033/2015 (1) Orion Holdings Overseas Limited (2) Orion Global Financial Services LLC (3) Orion Capital Limited (In Liquidation) v (1) Mohammed Abu Al Haj (2) Nidal Abdel Khaleq Abu Al Haj (3) Privatbank Ihag Zurich AG

March 24, 2019

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Claim No: CFI-033-2015

THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

BETWEEN:

(1) ORION HOLDINGS OVERSEAS LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)

(2) ORION GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES LLC (IN LIQUIDATION)

(3) ORION CAPITAL LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)

                                                                                                   Claimants

and

(1) MOHAMMED ABU AL HAJ

(2) NIDAL ABDEL KHALEQ ABU AL HAJ

(3) PRIVATBANK IHAG ZURICH AG

Defendant


ORDER OF JUDICIAL OFFICER NASSIR AL NASSER


UPON the Application of the Claimants’ for an Order permitting service by an alternative method of these proceedings on the First and Second Defendant and for an Order directing an extension of time for filing the Claim Form

UPON reading the documents on the Court file

AND UPON hearing Counsel for the Claimants {and Counsel for the Third Defendant}

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED AS FOLLOWS:

1.Pursuant to RDC 9.31, the Claimants shall have liberty to serve the proceedings herein on each of the First Defendant and the Second Defendant in any of the manners and by any of the alternative methods of service as follows:

a. By service of the proceedings and of this Order by summons server on the First Defendant and on the Second Defendant at the First Defendant’s last known residential address at 1200 de Maisonneuve West, #3B, Montreal, Quebec H3A 0A1, Canada; and/or

b. By service of the proceedings and of this Order by summons server on the First Defendant and on the Second Defendant at the First Defendant’s last known legal representative’s address, at the law firm Roch Guertin Avocats at 69, Rue Sherbrooke Quest, Montreal,

Quebec H2X 1X2, Canada; and/or

c. Upon such other persons and by such other alternative methods as this Court my

2. Pursuant to RDC 9.31, the Claimants shall have liberty to serve the proceedings herein on the Second Defendant in any of the manners and by any of the alternative methods of service as follows:

a. By service of the proceedings and of this Order by summons server on the Second Defendant at his last known residential address at Amman, Fuheis, Zip Code 1194,

Governorate of Balqa, Jordan; and/or

b. By service of the proceedings and of this Order by summons server on the Second Defendant at his last known work address at Dahet-Alrasheed, Queen Rania Al-Abdullah Street, Abu Al Haj Commercial Complex in front of Al Addustour Newspaper, Amman,

Jordan; and/or

c. Upon such other persons and by such other alternative methods as this Court my

3. Pursuant to RDC 9.27 and RDC 9.36, and pursuant to the filing of a certificate of service in the form of an affidavit duly sworn by the appointed process servers confirming service of the proceedings and of this Order upon the First Defendant and the Second Defendant in the manner aforesaid, the considered date of service of these proceedings on the First Defendant shall be the date the certificate service is filed and the considered date of service of these proceedings on the Second Defendant shall be the date the certificate of service is filed, these being the first dates of valid service specified

4. That notice of this Order shall be served on the First and Second Defendants by any or all of the alternative methods specified in paragraph 1 of this

5. That in the event of difficulties in effecting service as permitted herein, the Claimants are at liberty to apply.

6. That the time for service of the Claim form and the Particulars of Claim/Amended Particulars of Claim is extended until 26 September

7. Costs in the case.

Issued by:

Ayesha Bin Kalban

Assistant Registrar

Date of issue: 24 March 2019

At: 10am

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