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  1. The Pom Queen

    Man sued by wife for lack of sex

    It's bad enough when your wife divorces you over a lack of sex and the judge rules you "solely responsible." It's worse when she takes you back to court two years later and garners 10,000 euro in damages. But this apparently happened in—where else?—France, where a man known in court documents as Jean-Louis B. was ordered to pay out around $14,000 to his ex, answering the prayers of dozens of stand-up comedians and talk show monologue writers: The 47-year-old ex-wife then took him back to court demanding 10,000 euros in compensation for "lack of sex over 21 years of marriage". The ex-husband claimed "tiredness and health problems" had prevented him from being more attentive between the sheets. But a judge in the south of France's highest court in Aix-en-Provence ruled: "A sexual relationship between husband and wife is the expression of affection they have for each other, and in this case it was absent. The ruling is based on "article 215 of France's civil code, which states married couples must agree to a 'shared communal life,'" which the judge holds includes sex.
  2. Can anyone recomend a good Industrial Relations Lawyer? I Walked out on my Employer with No notice. Before Christmas it was evident that one of the team were going to get made redundant. Our Manager would not say who With a family to support i looked for another Job. After christmas they called my work colleuge in and sacked him on the spot. I was sick of all the agro and very anoyed at the way they treated him so I walked out. I was 3 weeks under my minimum 2 year contract. Now they want to sue me for all the relocation costs, visa costs ect. $65 I was on a EN 856 visa Many thanks
  3. Cyber poison-penner hunted down and sued Eeeekkkkkk!
  4. Home » National » Article Irwin sued for $2.5m March 5, 2008 - 12:00PM Sued ... Terri Irwin. Steve Irwin's widow Terri has lost her bid to fight a multi-million dollar lawsuit in her home state of Queensland. The wife of the late Crocodile Hunter and their world-famous Australia Zoo are being sued by a debt collection company which claims both parties owe more than $2.5 million over a complex loan deal with an offshore bank. Alyssa Treasury Services has taken over several debts allegedly owed to various overseas companies and banks. It has issued dozens of writs against various parties it claims did not honour "bills of exchange" - unconditional promises to pay money as part of their involvement in a tax minimisation scheme. Lawyers for Ms Irwin and the zoo argued that Queensland was a more appropriate venue for the case because most potential witnesses were based there and the claim by Alyssa was brought under commonwealth law. But Victorian County Court Judge Maree Kennedy today rejected the application, saying she wasn't satisfied the Supreme Court of Queensland was the appropriate court to hear the matter. "The cause of action herein has a strong connection with this state (Victoria)," Judge Kennedy ruled. "On the evidence at this stage, it appears that issue, acceptance and endorsement of the bill (of exchange) have all taken place in Victoria." Judge Kennedy said she accepted that a Queensland connection could become more significant as the case proceeded, adding that she would reserve the right of Ms Irwin and Australia Zoo to further apply in future to have the case moved to their home state if fresh evidence was produced. Alyssa alleges several parties including Ms Irwin - who is being personally sued for $60,000 - and the zoo promised but failed to pay large sums of money in connection with the loan. this ain't good - poor woman i bet she's real mad
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