A young man was required to pay 27,000 dinars to a woman after failing to pay the revenues of a swimming pool project
A young man was required to pay 27,000 dinars to a woman after failing to pay the revenues of a swimming pool project

The Fifth Circuit Commercial Court has ruled that the joint venture company between a young man and a woman has ended and obligated the young defendant to pay the plaintiff an amount of 27 thousand dinars, including it in proportion to the expenses. ...

 

The case concludes that the plaintiff agreed with the defendant to establish a joint venture company between them to set up a pool for swimming and entertainment project in which she would participate with a rate of 90% at 31 thousand dinars, which she paid in full to the defendant, and 10% by 3100 for the defendant, and she created an account on social media To publicize the blessing based on what the defendant told her that it was ready and to start renting it, but he did not present her with any bills or account statements, and she also requested the papers related to renting the pool and its share of the revenues and enabling it to benefit from the blessing of family and friends, but he was procrastinating and did not get its share of the profits. This is what is considered his desire to withdraw from the company and dissolve it.

In turn, the attorney for the plaintiff, Dr. Muhammad Al-Kooheji said that he submitted a request for the original lawsuit list and delegated an account expert to explain the relationship between the parties to the lawsuit and its nature and whether the plaintiff had paid any share in the capital of the joint venture established between it and the defendant and the amount of that share and a statement of whether the company had It has achieved any profits, the plaintiff’s share in it, liquidation of the company among the parties to the litigation, and the statement of the plaintiff’s eligibility in her requests and the opinion of the case.

And the ruling to dissolve the joint venture company existing between the plaintiff and the defendant, remove the plaintiff from this company, liquidate it, divide her money, and deliver the plaintiff her share of the capital and profits in the company after the division, with the plaintiff handing over her salary as a partner from the date of 1-6-2017 until the decision to dissolve the company.