Al-Amoudi’s lawyers playing for time in Advalis case.



Al-Amoudi’s lawyers playing for time in Advalis case

By AfricanIntelligence

The lawyers of the French car rental company Advalis will have to wait at least until July before the case against Saudi-Ethiopian tycoon Mohammed Hussein Al-Amoudi for unpaid bills is heard in court in Paris.

On 13 February, Advalis’s counsel, Christian Curtil and Quentin Lancian, submitted their case to the judge in charge of the case. Counsel for the defence, François Meynot and Valentine Guerrero, had not yet submitted their case so the judge put the hearing back to 5 May. The judge had still not heard from defence counsel by this new date, so he decided to call the two sides for a meeting on 29 June to set a date for the hearing in July.

After two years of procedure, Advalis’s sole satisfaction was in December 2014, when the head of Midroc admitted owing a portion of the debt, namely €626,000 out of a total of €1.44 million, now increased to €2.1 million due to delayed payment penalties.

Al-Amoudi’s ex-girlfriends freely accessed the French car rental company Advalis to use luxury cars for 2 years on his account.
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