Christies sued over 150 year old drawings by his son

Christies sued over 150 year old drawings by his son

In a letter to the court, Mr Stokes said the drawings were “of great value” to the community but would be used without the father’s permission.

Justice Thomas said Mr Stokes had already pleaded guilty to breaching his duties at home but there was no question he should have kept the바카라사이트 “highly valuable” drawings in his home.

However, Judge Thomas accepted t바카라사이트hat Mr Stokes did not have jarvees.com“a substantial right to know that his son’s drawings will be used without his permission without any basis”.

“As such, his only ground for relief is that the family is entitled to expect some reasonable time to remedy the breach and this may have been granted in the absence of any grounds for relief.”

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