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James Debono

The company whose Lm109,965 rent bill was waived by the government because it lacked the assets from where to pay its dues, is now claiming Lm138,385 in rents, legal fees and interest from a third party who had signed a management agreement for the operation of a kebab house at the Jumbo Lido on the Tigné seafront in 1997.



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