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Qatar Bank's €5M Suit Against Yacht Owner To Go To Trial

Law360, London (March 5, 2019, 10:09 PM GMT) -- A dispute between Qatar National Bank and Force India Ltd. over the potential forced sale of the Indian company's yacht will head to trial in London later this year, according to a court order that also allows the company to amend its defense amid accusations from the bank that the initial filing was "unparticularized and unclear."

Judge Christopher Butcher has signed off on a schedule for trial preparations and said Force India Ltd. can apply to amend its defense to the Qatari bank's suit. The judge's order, dated March 1, said the company had stated in open court that it will...

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