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    In the Economic Court

    Hi,

    Does the bold paragraph make any sense? what does mean? It's too complicated to me to understand.


    Details of such issues based on legal letter provided by the client:
    Before the date of receipt of the letter from Baker Tilly Bel (dated 08.07.2014) lawyers of Lucky Currency know only one court proceedings against the Company.

    So, in the Economic Court of Minsk considered the case on the claim № 186-20/2014 Private Trade Unitary Enterprise "Frelieyseksim" for termination in court agreement on joint ventures (simple partnership) from 14.03.2011 № 432.

    In the case of satisfaction of the claim costs Lucky Currency will be the amount of 1,500,000 rubles (about 150 USD) in reimbursements Private Trade Unitary Enterprise « Frelyasxim» for payment of the fee paid when filing a claim.
    Lawyers do not know the facts about what - or conducted by state regulatory and law enforcement agencies of the Republic of Belarus checks on Lucky Currency.

    Lawyers do not know the facts of violations committed by Lucky Currency regarding compliance with applicable laws, which could lead to liability.

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    Re: In the Economic Court

    I can't say what an 'economic court'. Ask the burgers of Minsk. And that sentence doesn't seem to me to make sense, but presumably it's the sort of legalistic gobbledygook that an 'economic court' produces.

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    Re: In the Economic Court

    Why do you need to make sense of it, Sepmre?

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    Re: In the Economic Court

    in the Economic Court of Minsk
    This would make more sense to me without in. (Not a lawyer)

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