The 18/19 Cornwall Terrace luxury apartment overlooking Regent’s Park in London, described in court as an “extraordinarily valuable property worth many tens of millions of pounds”, is currently being occupied by Mallya’s 95-year-old mother Lalitha. Delivering his judgment virtually for the Chancery Division of the High Court, Deputy Master Matthew Marsh concluded there were no grounds for him to grant further time for the Mallya family to repay a GBP 20.4-million loan to UBS the claimant in the case. “The claimant’s position was a reasonable one further time is not likely to make any material difference,” Deputy Master Marsh ruled. “I would also add from my review of the correspondence, I can see no basis whatever for the suggestion that has been made that the claimant has misled the first defendant [Vijay Mallya] in conclusion, I dismiss the first defendant’s application, he said.
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The judge also denied UBS’ request to appeal his judgment or to give a temporary stay of execution, allowing it to go ahead with the possession process to recover its unpaid debts. Vijay Mallya, the embattled billionaire, lost a legal struggle to save his opulent London property after a British judge declined to grant him a stay of execution in a long-running dispute with Swiss bank UBS on Tuesday.
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