Today the court has decided that Samar needs to repay TIE an amount of €250k. However, the court has dismissed six of the seven grievances submitted by TIE.
“The amount of €250k was previously paid in advance by TIE to Samar in relation to damages Samar incurred related to kitchen inventory. This verdict is a step in a long procedure. With this verdict, we cannot yet leave the past completely behind. But we will fully focus on the future and continue to move forward.” said Mr. Jan Sundelin, CEO of TIE.
Since December 2007, the company has been involved in discussions and subsequently in legal proceedings with Samar. All claims in the summary proceedings were instantly dismissed at the court hearing of February 15, 2008. On July 7, 2010, the court of Haarlem unexpectedly granted all claims by Samar. In Q4_2010, TIE paid damages to Samar of €804k. In April 2012, a hearing took place for which in advance both TIE and Samar have provided the court with substantiated findings.
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