Pulic Title for the case: Appealing against the decision of reservation of the finances of Mohammed Abo Terika’s company “Ashab

Type: Administrative cancellation and other administrative claims

Case no.: 48961 judiciary year 68

Date: 2016

Court: Administrative judiciary

Department: First

Decision appealed against: the decision of reserving the finances of Mohammed Abo Terika’s company “Ashab Tours”

First verdict date: 21-6-2016

Appellant: Mohammed Mohammed Mohammed Abo Terika

The Appealed against: First Assitant of the Minister of Justice – the head of the formed committee to execute the issued verdict in the suit no. 2315 year 2013 urgent Cairo – Governor of Central Bank – Head of Board of Trustees of Abo Dhabi Islamic Bank – Head of Board of Trustees of Piraeus Bank Egypt – Head of Board of Trustees of Banque Misr – Head of Board of Trustees of CIB each in his capacity

Judges: President – Abdul Maguid Al Moqanan

Verdict text: The court ruled of the acceptance of the lawsuit in form and the suspension of the decision appealed against  and obliged the administrative body to pay expenses this request and the referral of the lawsuit to the State Commissioners Authority to prepare a report concerning the legal point of view.

Date of Supreme Administrative Court Verdict: 28-4-2018

No. of Appeal: 81910 Supreme judiciary year 63

Appellant: State Lawsuits Authority

Appealed Against: Mohamed Mohamed Mohamed Abo Trika – Governor of the Central Bank –  Head of Board of Trustees of Piraeus Bank Egypt – Head of Board of Trustees of Banque Misr – Head of Board of Trustees of CIB each in his capacity

Judges: President – Ahmed Abo al Azm

Verdict Text:

To suspend the appeal submitted by State Lawsuits Authority against the verdict issued to continue the execution of the administrative court verdict to cancel the reservation imposed on the finances of the football player Mohamed Mohamed Mohamed Abo Trika as postponed until the issuance of the verdict concerning the dispute suit filed before the supreme constitutional court