Tanzania: court asks Arusha Rpc to arrest three bank debtors
The High Court of Tanzania (Commercial Division) in Dar es Salaam asked the Commander of the Arusha Regional Police (PRC), Justin Masejo, to arrest three debtors of Exim Bank Tanzania Limited for non-payment of a overdue debt amounting to 674.4 million / – and over 2 million US dollars.
In the arrest warrant issued by the court in commercial case number 95 of 2015, the PRC was ordered to arrest Chimanbhai Marghabai Patel, Pratik Chimanbhai Patel and Sonia Pratik Patel.
The warrant signed on September 13, 2021 by the Deputy Registrar of the Court indicates that the trio had been ordered by decree in the case dated September 16, 2016, to pay Exim Bank Tanzania Limited approximately 674,440,547.55 and 2 US $ 024,094.14 plus interest / business costs.
In fact, since the verdict was rendered, the clerk has insisted that the money had not yet been paid to the order taker pursuant to the decree.
In this regard, the court ordered the CPP to arrest the three debtors unless they clear their unpaid debts, adding that the trio should be brought to court as soon as possible.
“You are ordered to return this warrant on October 27, 2021, with an endorsement certifying the day and manner in which it was executed, or the reason why it was not executed,” reads part of the report. mandate. .