http://jasonwebertherapy.com/forms Three Football Legends Dragged To Court For Failing To Pay Rent
Three prominent football legends, Dickson Choto, Justice Majabvi, and David Sengu were recently hauled before the courts for failing to settle rentals.
The trio is alleged to have failed paying rentals for a building leased to a company known as Four Prosper Investments (Private) Limited.
The three are alleged to have bound themselves as surety in the lease agreement between the company and ZIMRE, New Zimbabwe reports.
Due to their failure to settle the rentals, ZIMRE Property Investments is now demanding payment of $32 000 including interest and cost of suit against the trio and the company.
Cited as respondents are Four Prosper Investments and the trio cited as second, third, and fourth respondents.
“The plaintiff’s claim against the defendants is an order confirming the cancellation of the lease agreement between the plaintiff and Four Prosper Investments, an order ejecting the company and all those claiming occupation of the property through it from the premises known as Suite 308 Third Floor, Old Shell House, 57 Nelson Mandela Avenue, within 48 hours of service of the order, “reads the summons now before the High court.
ZIMRE wants cancellation of the lease agreement. The complainant also wants the defendants and all those claiming occupation to remove structures that they have placed on the property.
Another demand is that the defendants should pay $32 000 per month as holding over damages plus all operating costs from July 2021 being the first full month after the cancellation of the lease, to the day they vacate the building.
Choto, Sengu, and Majabvi are considered as some of the great football legends in Zimbabwe. Choto once played for Legia Warsaw until June 2013, Majabvi is best remembered for his exceptional performances for Dynamos between 2006- 2009 while Sengu captained CAPS United to memorable back-to-back titles in 2004/5.
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