UK Court Awards BOC Aviation $90 Million In Claims Against Vijay Mallya
UK Court Awards BOC Aviation $90 Million In Claims Against Vijay Mallya. The most recent case including Vijay Mallya is identified with the renting of air ship by Kingfisher Airlines going back to 2014.
LONDON/SINGPORE: Embattled alcohol nobleman Vijay Mallya has lost another fight in court connected to his now-outdated Kingfisher Airlines after the UK High Court granted Singapore-based BOC Aviation an expected $90 million in claims.
The most recent case including the 62-year-old agent, whose removal case over charged advance defaults adding up to around Rs. 9,000 crores comes back to Westminster Magistrates Court in London on March 16, is identified with the renting of air ship by Kingfisher Airlines going back to 2014.
Equity Picken, in a judgment dated February 5 at the Business and Property Courts of the High Court in London, decided that “the litigants have no genuine prospect of effectively protecting the case”.
The litigants in the claim brought by BOC Aviation in Singapore and BOC Aviation (Ireland) Ltd have been named as Kingfisher Airlines Ltd and United Breweries (Holdings) Ltd.
“We are satisfied with the judgment yet might not want to remark encourage at this stage,” said a representative for BOC Aviation in Singapore.
The lawful case identifies with a renting assention between Kingfisher Airlines and air ship renting organization BOC Aviation including four planes, of which three were conveyed
(This Story originating from NDTV)