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Court rules in late James Cooper’s residue property at Water Street

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The Monthly and Probate Court at the Temple of Justice by and thru Mr. Aaron E. Cooper, Jr. has served legal notice on occupants of the residue property of the late James Francis Cooper, situated at Water Street in Monrovia.

According to the Court document, dated 25 August 2020, all persons occupying the residue property/a portion of the late James Francis Cooper estate are hereby not to pay any rent and/or enter into any lease agreement with Madam Hellen Cooper.

The Court also advised that the matter regarding the residue property of the late James Francis Cooper estate has been ruled against Madam Elsie Cooper and Madam Hellen Cooper, respectively, in the Monthly and Probate Court of the Republic of Liberia.

Furthermore, the Court said there exist no legal agreement between the authorized Administrators of the intestate estate of the late Aaron E. Cooper, and Madam Elsie Cooper and Madam Hellen Cooper.

The Court document explained that based upon the ruling by the Monthly and Probate Court on 29th July 2020, Aaron E. Cooper, Jr. has been recognized as the new administrator of the residue property of the estate.

It further advised occupants to do business with the administrator Mr. Aaron E. Cooper, Jr. of the said residue estate situated on Water Street, Monrovia, and for so doing, “this shall constitute your legal and sufficient notice.”

Meanwhile, the occupants, according to the Court document, include but not limited to; Fatu J. Trawally Business Center, Matkro Business Center, Simple Corco #1 Business Center, Man-United Trading, Lion Business Center, V. C. Global Star Business, Jozzy Ent, Nusi Shop, Grace TRUTL, P. United Business, Samuel Business Center and Technicom Business Center.

Others are, Dimma Business Center, Mariama Business Center, New Moon Business Center, Sekou Business Center, Reual Business Center, Delight Business Center, Fatu S. Wilson Business Center, Farory Right Business Center, E. M. K. Business Center, R. H. V. Business Center, Papie Warehouse, Haja Emma Enterprise and S. S. J. Kamara Warehouse, among others.

By Emmanuel Mondaye–Editing by Jonathan Browne

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