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Mauritius: Armand Apavou wants to block the sale of its four hotels on the island in the Supreme Court

Armand Apavou, owner of the hotels of the Reunionese Apavou group in Mauritius placed under judicial administration, decided to begin an action in the Supreme Court, and this, to postpone the sale of its four schools for a sum of 3 billion of rupees following a recent call for tenders.
Armand Apavou aims the judicial liquidator after a specialist European Group in the tourism sector and the Mauritian group Attitude Resorts are positioned to become purchasers of real property.
Armand Apavou ensures that the Group Apavou in Mauritius has today more than 9 billion rupees in assets, as reported by the newspaper L'Express Mauritius.
As a reminder, four hotels of the Reunionese group Apavou in Mauritius (La Plantation, Indian Resort, Mornea and Moreva), with its approximately 465 employees, have been placed in October last under judicial administration.
Apavou in Mauritius Group's debt is estimated at a little less than three billion rupees, according to the Le Défi Quotidien newspaper.

Fabrice François

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