Aga Khan Lawsuit

Last Updated December 5, 2014


 

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BREAKING NEWS

- December 5, 2014 -


The seriousness by which His Highness the Aga Khan has pursued in finding out the names of the purchasers of Infringing Materials (Farman books) is not only undeniable but exceedingly obvious. His Highness told the Court of Appeal that he had initiated legal action after "lengthy efforts to seek an internal resolution failed". However, during proceedings he experienced "extraordinary difficulties in extracting any verifiable or reliable information" from infringers Alnaz Jiwa and Nagib Tajdin who "have systematically sought to stay and/or appeal every single order and direction in this proceeding".

Given their "combative nature", His Highness asked the Court to compel the infringers to respond to unanswered questions; to provide documents and information they have refused to give; to serve a better affidavit and to re-attend for discovery under oath.

In response to His Highness' voluminous appeal and motion records, the Court has compelled infringers Alnaz Jiwa and Nagib Tajdin to abide by the Court's Judgment and Order  (see under sources and also in "Copyright & Reference  Proceedings Overview segment provided below - a must read).


  • Copyright & Reference Proceedings Overview
    Copyright proceedings persisted for 2 ½ years whereas Reference proceedings has consumed nearly 4 years and it is on-going. This segment provides an overview of both parts. To facilitate reading, a table of contents is provided  » » Read » »

  • Court Order: By December 5, 2014, infringer Alnaz Jiwa must provide:

  • Name and address of distributors of Farman book known to him;
  • Name of distributor who sold 24 boxes of Farman books to infringer Alnaz Jiwa;
  • Name of every person he can recall distributing Farman books to and "names and addresses" of all those who received a free copy of Farman book from Alnaz Jiwa;
  • "[A] further and better affidavit of documents";
  • As well as re-attend an examination for discovery under oath in Montreal on December 22, 2014.

  • Court Order: By December 5, 2014, infringer Nagib Tajdin must provide the following documents, information and the names of 10 buyers:
  • CANADA: 600 Farman books shipped on 12th April 2009;
  • AFRICA: 200 Farman books shipped on 12th October 2009;
  • CANADA: 100 Farman books shipped on 27th January 2010;
  • CANADA: 200 Farman books shipped on 27th January 2010;
  • USA: 116 Farman books shipped to on 15th February 2010;
  • USA: 100 Farman books shipped to on 15th February 2010;
  • CANADA: 100 Farman books shipped on 17th February 2010;
  • CANADA: 300 Farman books shipped on 17th February 2010;
  • CANADA: 400 Farman books shipped on 22nd February 2010;
  • CANADA: 200 Farman books shipped on 22nd February 2010.

Nagib Tajdin must also provide the following by December 5, 2014:
  • An electronic copy of his Golden Kiz (contains info vis à visinfringing materials and activities);
  • An unredacted copy of PayPal (contain names of buyers);
  • Bank account in which monies from selling Farman books were deposited;
  • Bank account where monies from PayPal customers were deposited;
  • Bank records from personal account and personal line of credit from Nov. 2009 to March 2011;
  • "[A] further and better affidavit of documents";
  • As well as re-attend an examination for discovery under oath in Montreal on January 26, 2014.

SOURCES



 


- April 24, 2013 - 

 
  • Black Legend: To fiercely obstruct His Highness from achieving the relief He sought from Federal Court of Canada, Defendants NT and AJ engineered a vexatious, frivolous and meritless defence - a Black Legend which narrated unimaginable lies under a capsule of fraud, forgeries and one-minute Karim Allibhay mehmani-consent.  This Black Legend was demolished by His Highness' solicitors most notably Mr. Brian Gray; Mr. Daniel Gleason; Ms Jennifer A. Colman and Mr. Brian Lindblom, a world renowned forensic expert. The Honourable Justice S. Harrington performed its permanent legal burial. But it was His Highness' final verdict expressed in a talika (written address) which reigns supreme in the hearts and souls of some 15 million Ismailis...MORE »

   

  • Wars of Vendetta: To further quench their thirst of vendetta and revenge in the wake of their public humiliation, Nagib Tajdin and Mahebub Chatur initiated disciplinary proceedings against some of the highest ranking Ismaili leaders in His Highness Prince Aga Khan Shia Imami Ismaili International Conciliation and Arbitration Borad and/or National Conciliation and Arbitration Board (ICAB & NCAB respectively). Like the Canadian courts, ICAB and NCAB dismissed their complaints. Chatur has become more vindictive. Two ultra fanatics Hussain Dossani and Mansoorali Noorani initiated legal action in India... read »    

  • His Highness Submits a draft Order: "[...] Defendant Mr. Tajdin does not agree that he has been ordered to answer certain questions. [...] Jiwa has yet to provide any position ... more »

 

 

 

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