Today we have more good news for our Norwegian clients.
Again, the court of the First Instance SBT5 has again made another clear and definite ruling in which they declared our client’s contract with Anfi null and void and demanded back the FULL REPAYMENT OF 40.031€ PLUS INTEREST PLUS LEGAL FEES – THAT’S 16.000€ MORE THAN THEY ORIGINALLY PAID!
In passing sentence the Judge demanded repayment of 16.203€ in respect of amounts paid on the contracts PLUS AN ADDITIONAL 23.828€ in respect of deposits taken illegally within the statutory cooling off period taking our clients total awarded amount to 40.631€ PLUS INTEREST PLUS LEGAL FEES.
Again, it is something we keep repeating but the taking of deposits within the statutory cooling off period is illegal and the law dictates that these amounts should be repaid in DOUBLE. This can make a BIG DIFFERENCE to the amounts awarded by the court. Here our clients have been awarded 16.000€ MORE THAN THEY ORIGINALLY PAID.
Of course we fully expect Anfi to appeal this decision and of course, we fully expect that this appeal will fail…….
So in the meantime, as a matter of standard practice, CLA will apply to the court for a provisional execution of these funds. This will force Anfi to deposit these funds with the court thereby securing them 100% for our clients until the sentence is confirmed by the High Court.
Congratulations to our Danish clients and to our Claims Consultant Stefan Johannesen and our Lawyer Eva Gutierrez.