Mauritian Bank Can Access Finance Docs In $64M Loan Suit
Law360, London (December 6, 2018, 9:24 PM GMT) -- An investor and a group of companies being sued by a Mauritus-based bank for allegedly defaulting on a $64 million loan have been ordered to hand over information detailing their financial accounts and income they have received from various real estate ventures.
Nigerian businessman Joseph Arumemi-Ikhide and property firms St Gregory Holding Ltd. and Ojemaie Properties Ltd. were ordered by Judge Nigel Teare on Nov. 23 to disclose to Investec Bank (Mauritius) Ltd. several documents related to the purchase of two properties called St Mary’s Place and Waverly Properties.
Arumemi-Ikhide and the companies — alongside several other parties operating in the...
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