Our client had a valid rental agreement to hold a major event in a stadium. Even though all 30,000 available tickets had already been sold out, summary proceedings were still necessary to convince the stadium and the football club in question that the football match had to be held at another stadium. 

The summary proceedings were due to take place right before the start of the ticket sales for the football match to avoid having to weigh the interests of possible angry football fans with a ticket vs. event visitors. The judge ruled with a cool head in the client’s favor.

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