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Abdelaziz Bin Fahd: Court setback

Prince Abdelaziz Bin Fahd Bin Abdelaziz, the controversial youngest son of the late King Fahd, has lost an action at the Court of Appeal in London in which he had sought to have a multi-million pound claim against him stayed or struck out. The case dates back to 2009, when Janan Harb, a widow of King Fahd, issued proceedings against the prince to enforce what she said was an oral agreement made during a meeting at The Dorchester hotel in 2003 to transfer two apartments in Chelsea, London to her and to pay her £12m (now $16.3m).

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