11:08: The Paris court again refuses the dismissal of the hearing
11:07: For Warner's lawyer, the judge in the Nanterre state is competent.
10:53: Laeticias lawyer asks the judge to declare himself incompetent in favor of California law. It was in front of this that the trust had asked for the transfer of the record company's royalties.
10:44: The hearing continues – Laeticia Hallyday attorneys want to speak first and raise two nullities: Judge's competence-based judgment's competence while the procedure is in progress in the success of Johnny Hallyday
10:25: Laeticias lawyer asks for a "short" dismissal. The President withdraws consciously
10:23: The reference fee is denied by the Court
10:22: The Tribunal Laeticias lawyer explains that a new manager will take "months" and that they need time to take the consequences of this resignation, asking for a referral of the case.
10:10: Bank of America, which manages Johnny's trust in the United States, has terminated litigation that does not want to be involved in the lawsuit.
The Bank of America lawyer who succeeded Johnny's confidence announces that the governor resigned six days ago and therefore asks to be sued.
8:11: A year after his death, the Hallyday clan continues to rip around his will. A civil hearing is scheduled this morning in urgent (referenced) to the Tribunal de Grande Instance (TGI) in Paris. A new round in the war between January Laeticia Hallyday, the widow of the singer, and the two older children of Johnny.
Laura Smet and David Hallyday, the singer's two older children, request 75 percent of revenues from father's father's record sales. They are now paid to their widow, Laeticia Hallyday. A source close to the post explains that the 75% rate of royalties equals the proportion to be returned to the singer's four children, if the French law was used. Spouses are given 25%.
Three record companies – Warner, Universal and Sony – are involved in the hearing this morning before the referee in the stand-by summary of the Tribunal de Grande Instance (TGI) in Paris, after which the decision must be deliberate.
Disillusioned by the American Testament by Rocker, the owner of a Los Angeles living space where he lived part of the year, the daughter of Nathalie Baye and Sylvie Vartan's son are determined to assume their rights in the same way as Jade and Joy two girls adopted by his father and his last wife.