This ruling is in respect of motion on notice filed by the Plaintiff/Applicant on 2nd February, 2011 to set aside this Court’s Anton Piller Order given on 13th December, 2010 which the Defendant/Respondent has opposed.
In his attached affidavit in support, the Plaintiff/Applicant avers that his case is directed towards establishing that the Defendant/Respondent is involved in tax deals so if the Order is allowed to stay it would create hardship for him. He goes on to contend that by the Order, the evidence that would be led in his case would be virtually erased and thus prevent him from establishing his case which would be most unfair. He claims that he has alleged fraud in the Accounts of the Defendant/Company and pleaded that the court should give an order for the Registrar of Companies to look at the manner of operating in that Company. In view of that if all the records to substantiate his allegations are surrendered, it would mean there is nothing else to estab…