Arbitration Court Rules in Favor of Zoom Zoom Photographers’ Claim

The 17th Arbitration & Appeals Court rejected the claim of KESKO-Ural; the plaintiff actually contested the ruling pronounced by Sverdlovsk Region Arbitration Court earlier.

In July 2011, Sverdlovsk Region Arbitration Court refused to meet the claims of KESKO-Ural (the Novotel Hotel) laid against Zoom Zoom Photographers; the plaintiff insisted on being paid 223,000 RUR by the defendant.

At the start, KESKO-Ural refused to pay Zoom Zoom Photographers their fee for taking a photo shoot of the Yekaterinburg-based Novotel Hotel’s interior. The photography business took the case to an arbitration court. Besides, KESKO-Ural laid a claim with the arbitration court as well, demanding that its agreement with Zoom Zoom Photographers and the appendices accompanying it be declared invalid. Sverdlovsk Region Arbitration Court rejected this claim, however.

Now the court of appeals supported the arbitrations court’s ruling, too.

Sverdlovsk Region Arbitration Court is to hear Zoom Zoom Photographers vs. KESKO-Ural on November 10, 2011. The plaintiff wants to be paid 223,000 RUR.

We insist on being paid the money they owe us since September 2010,’ a Zoom Zoom Photographers representative Marat Gabdrakhmanov told UrBC.


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