Ce sulfureux contentieux portant sur une villa cossue, située à Akouédo village et appartenant à une famille, fera certainement date, en ce qu’il donne libre court à des interprétations criminelles des plus sordides et retentissantes de l’histoire de l’immobilier en Côte d’Ivoire. Tant par la manière que par son mode opératoire, les faits semblent manifestement donner froid dans le dos.
What is it about? At the boarding of the 90s, it rained the genitor of the beneficiaries, who died in September 2013, to erect the sumptuous duplex villa, which will appear, for a long time, home. Saddened and deeply affected by the unexpected disappearance of a mother who fought all her life, to offer them a roof, continue to live in this place, would be to make body with an indisputable memory, difficult to carry. At least that’s what a distressed member of the Séyo family says.
Quickly, after the departure of the eldest child of the family dealership, one of the cadets, answering the West Ivory name of Séyo KGE, explains to the others, wanting to rehabilitate the house, an opportunity to give it a shining appearance, see acceptable.
Several sources, solidly supported by a « lease contract », of which www.africagouvernanceetmediasnews.com has a copy, clearly indicate that the latter said he was justified to allow himself to engage in this business, with the cell from the « Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints », « without first notifying the family, » says another source, before continuing,
« That’s how all of us later discovered that the church has occupied our home. Approached, its officials refused to receive us despite our many diligences and our qualities, « concluded the same source.
Finally, it is by usher that the « rightful » will have the opportunity to have access to the famous contract, which was previously invisible and kept secret.
This is how when we read, « we found the absence of our signatures to all, » says one of the elders, still in shock.
Clearly, the absence of an act of heredity or minutes [PV], which could have given strength to the action of the interested, seem almost nonexistent.
A provision which betrays the heading of the said lease contract, entitled « Lessor’s right, » which states that « the lessor certifies that he is the owner of the premises and that he has the power to sign this lease. In the event that the lessor is represented for the signing of this lease, the representation mandate must be attached to this lease « .
This other paragraph entitled applicable law and conflict resolution, largely explains that « the lease shall be governed and understood in all cases according to the laws of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire, without regard to conflicts of law. Any dispute, controversy or claim relating to or relating to the lease, or its termination, termination or invalidity, which has not been settled by mutual agreement, will be settled only by seizure of the Ivorian courts in the jurisdiction location of the location
Moreover, it can be deduced that the court is cited in power in this lease which also does not take into account an act of inheritance, yet the sole jurisdiction of its jurisdictions. How could this institution seriously then receive legal action from the parties, the authors of the said contract?
To understand this glaring confusion, our editors in Abidjan approached The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in the premises of its Ivorian delegation in Cocody Vallon [South of Abidjan], to have their point of departure. view of these serious allegations that lead to believe that its leaders would carry a « false contract ». Received, one of the officials retorted to have « nothing to say ».
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormon Church, is a Restorative Christian Church, born in New York State in the United States in 1830. It claims to be a revealed church. Its global headquarters are in Salt Lake City, Utah. In the United States, with 6.16 million members, it would be the fourth largest Christian denomination. Globally, it claims more than 16 million. Strongly, a solution!
An investigation by Touré Vakaba