Versailles Court of Appeal, 22 February 2018, Republic of Congo v. Commisimpex, no. 17/00283

Following last January’s departure from its case law, the Versailles Appeal Court, mentioning the provisions of Sapin II act relating to execution immunities, stated that the Republic of Congo had serious grounds of annulment or reversal of the decision that dismissed its request for cancellation of an attachment, even if these provisions were not applicable at the time of the facts, for coherence and legal certainty purposes.

2018-03-04T22:13:45+00:00 February 22nd, 2018|Court of Appeal, Versailles Court of Appeal|0 Comments

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