Chez Deenu (Pty) Ltd v Seychelles Breweries Ltd (169 of 2008) [2008] SCSC 91 (30 June 2008);

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF SEYCHELLES

 

CHEZ DEENU PTY LTD …...................................................Plaintiff/Petitioner

(Rep by its Director Mr. Kali Deenadayalu Pillay

having office at Quincy Street, Victoria, Mahe)

 

VS.

 

SEYCHELLES BREWIES LTD ….................................Defendant/Respondent

(Rep by its Managing Director Mr. Alan Barnes

O’ Brien House, Le Rocher, Mahe.)

 

Civil Side No. 169 of 2008

 

 

Mr. Rajasundaram for the Plaintiff/Petitioner

 

ORDER

ON INTERIM INJUNCTION

 

Gaswaga, J

 

Being satisfied, from the evidence on record as disclosed by the pleadings, of the urgency of the present application and the imminent foreclosure of the plaintiff’s debts, and attempts to provisionally seize the plaintiff’s assets and bank account, I grant the application and order that :-

 

  1. An interim injunction be issued to prohibit the defendant/respondent, its agents and or employees from foreclosing the debts of the plaintiff and or provisionally seizing any of the plaintiff’s assets; both moveable and immovable, including bank accounts.

The said interim injunctions are issued at the peril and risk of the applicant and are to remain in force until further ordered by this Court.

 

Notice is to be given to all parties and the matter is made returnable on…………… July, 2008 at1.45pm.

 

 

 

D. GASWAGA

JUDGE

Dated this ……………day of July, 2008.