freezing injunction


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freezing injunction

n
(Law) law an order enabling the court to freeze the assets of a defendant, esp to prevent him or her taking them abroad. Formerly called: Mareva injunction
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On February, 8, 2018, Luna was subject of a freezing injunction by a DIFC Courts order, upholding a UK court judgement, under which the vessel was impounded.
"The court can make a worldwide freezing injunction, but it's worthless if there's no centralised power to administer it."
"The First Respondent's (Mallya) application to set aside the Freezing Injunction is to be set down for hearing on the first available date after 11 April 2018 with a time estimate of 2 days," states the court document.
Two others named in the freezing injunction are Salford businessmen Andrew John Camilleri and Phillip Wright.
freezing injunction can be enforced); Ras Al Khaimah Inv.
The freezing injunction, which was discharged, was to support a civil claim by the Republic of Djibouti seeking the recovery of alleged proceeds of corruption.
The world wide freezing injunction obtained by Polys-Hajijanou over Nobu Su's personal assets since August 2011 has damaged Mr.
Panesar was handed a nine-month jail term in July after High Court judge, Mr Justice Eder, found he had established motor insurance company, Motorcare Elite, in contempt of a freezing injunction.
Harbinder Singh Panesar, known as Harby, was warned he could face a spell in prison when a High Court judge found him in contempt of court for breaching a freezing injunction on a company he ran called Motorcare Warranties.
The freezing injunction had left MarisMare unable to pay the salaries of the people employed at its hotels.
Panesar was handed a nine-month jail term in July after High Court judge Mr Justice Eder found he had established motor insurance company, Motorcare Elite, in contempt of a freezing injunction. Thomas was given a four-month term for his lesser involvement.