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IN THE COUNTY COURT BETWEEN Claim No. CYJ2412
MISS NOOMI VAN GRAFF Claimant and
PROXIMATE GALLERIES LIMITED Defendant ____________________________________________ DEFENCE AND COUNTERCLAIM ____________________________________________
1. Paragraph 1 of the Particulars of Claim is admitted.
2. Paragraph 2 of the Particulars of Claim is admitted.
3. Further, it was an express term of the First Agreement, made orally, that: a. Proprietary ownership of the Watercolours remained with the Claimant; and b. The Defendant would not accept liability for any loss or damage caused to the Watercolours where such damage was beyond its control or caused by a third party.
4. Except that it is admitted that the Defendant agreed to exhibit the Paintings for a period of 1 year and that the Defendant would pay the Claimant PS400 per month for 1 year, paragraph 3 of the Particulars of Claim is denied. By the Second Agreement, the Claimant agreed: a. To produce a total of 12 paintings over the course of the year, at an approximate rate of 1 painting each month; b. That remuneration for the Paintings would be exclusively by way of monthly salary at PS400 per month for 1 year; and c. In exchange for a salaried income, the Paintings would become the property of the Defendant thereby terminating the Claimant's proprietary interest in them.
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