Saturday , January 16 2021

Leader of the Opposition VS Achuthanandhan



The Chronicle

Harare Bureau
The contracts between Zimbabwe's cricket and coach Heath Streak of the former national team have been inspiring for the liquidation of the borrowed organization and the sports commission withdrew their opposition in the High Court.

The sports commission, the third accused in the case, had given an adverse appeal to the High Court last month.

But their legal representatives, Gill, Godlone and Gerrones, indicate that their opposition was withdrawn.

The Securities Company, Cc Security, has been penalized for failing to withdraw from the presidency of the Association Association.

In the papers submitted to the high court, the lawyers of the strike considered the first victims of Zimbabwe cricket Youth, Sports, and Arts and Recreation Kirsty Cowtry as second-man.

The Sports Commission, the High Court of Kerala and the Third and Fourth Criminals.

On 8 November 2018, according to the documents in the court, the SRC lawyers Gill, Godlon and Gansen wrote: "The third was that the response notification would be withdrawn on October 10, 2018,

Agreed to get a copy of Heath Steeke's camp and the withdrawal of the Sasseter.

The SRI said that the opposition had made a statement.

"The Board of the Board has not been authorized in the name of the SRS, but in fact it was dismissed by the SCR Board, which meant that the SRC is technically associated with temporary liquidity and the parties are still waiting to make a decision in court.

In April this year, Chevron's dropped out of the Strike Crown to qualify for the ICC World Cup tournament.

Backroom staff including South African batting expert Lance Klusener, fitness trinter Scene Bell and Zimbabwe a coach Wayne James claim that their contract is "illegal".

Strike $ 128 762.95, Clearener $ 11 757.93, Bell $ 43 999.23, and James $ 14 175.66.

He said the board is not eligible for the panel headed by Tavagnanga Mukulani. His lawyers, JNMoldshaw and Company, are charged in Section 14 of the Amendment Act (Chapter 06:07) requested by the organization for liquidity. They also recognized Winsley Militia as the temporary liquidator of Petroleum and Execution Trust Company.


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