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Date Posted: 11:18:30 12/18/03 Thu
Court orders RDB, Wahgi Mek to pay damages
THE National Court in Waigani has ordered the Rural Development Bank and Wahgi Mek Plantations to pay damages to the 10 defendants in the Wahgi Mek court battle.
Justice Bernard Sakora issued an order on December 5 that an exparte order issued by this court on August 13, and entered into the next day be set aside.
The two plaintiffs obtained an exparte order against Jiwaka Waal Daam Association, Paul Kerenga Ansphil, Chris Kaman, Kaunge Bosip Aipe, Du Maine, Peter Hai, Wilfred Gurika Kulno, Valentine Kambori, Department of National Planning and Monitoring and State from launching rehabilitation program to revive the plantations after it was run down.
The order was taken when the Department of National Planning and Monitoring was about to deliver K2 million cheque to the North and South Waghi Council on August 16, at Banz to revive the plantations.
Judge Sakora ordered that the application of the 10 defendants to be granted with cost.
The application was filed September 5, at the Wagani National Court seeking exparte order be set aside and damages and cost to be paid by the first plaintiff.
The court also found that the defendants named in the proceedings have been improperly and unnecessarily joined as parties.
It ordered that all the 10 defendants joined as parties be removed as such from the proceedings pursuant to order 5, rule 9 of the National Court Rules.
The court ordered the two plaintiffs to pay the damages to the 10 defendants for the suffering they sustained as a direct consequence of their improper and unnecessary joinder of the defendants pursuant to the undertaking as damages given by Mr Andrew Nagari of the first plaintiffs (Rural Development Bank) dated August 12, this year and filed the next day.
The court also found that as a direct consequence of the foregoing orders and thus, there is no other parties against whom the plaintiffs can properly proceed in this proceeding and dismissed the case.
A defendant, Mr Aipe said that the long court battle has resulted in the plantations being badly run down and covered with bushes.
Mr Aipe urged parties to stay away and allow the national government to revive the plantations.
He said that the people of North and South Waghi along with other beneficiaries of the plantations have suffered enough.
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Date Posted: 09:50:05 12/19/03 Fri
Fuck the cunts...I don't believe a single word they said...They are the ones who pepertrated the whole issue.
Fuck them to hell.
We Want Waghi Mek back on track.
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