Court Of First Instance Has Ordered A Pharmacy To Pay A General Trading
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The Court of First Instance has ordered a pharmacy to pay a general trading and contracting company a sum of KD 11,000, which is the cost of medicines and materials supplied by the company to the pharmacy. According to a lawsuit filed by Lawyer Khawlah Al-Hassawi on behalf of the company, she explained that the pharmacy owed her client the abovementioned amount based on receipts of the medicines and materials presented. The expert report concluded that both parties were interacting purely on commercial purpose. The court accepted the report to settle the contentious debt issue. Meanwhile, the Administrative Court cancelled an administrative decision issued against an employee of the Ministry of Justice working as penal provisions executioner, and raised his grade from “good” to excellent subsequent to the employee efficiency evaluation for 2014. On behalf of the complainant, Attorney Khaled Mubarak affirmed that his client was treated unfairly; considering he is hard-working and distinguished in his duty and previous evaluation report did not actually reflect his performance.


23 Mar, 2017 0 499
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