Last April, the American bank Bank of America had accepted to be a trustee, as a trustee, as the trustee, trust JPS based in California, who regrouped all the voices of Johnny Hallyday in the sequel of her voice, Laetitia. The designation of a trustee manager, the legal structure of the American law, allowed to regress all the assets of a person, he had been in the center since Tuesday 30 March before the Chambre des référés du TGI de Nanterre.
Or ce mardi, in pleine audience sur les royalties du chanteur, rebondissement dans l'affaire de l'héritage. "The lawyer of Bank of America who trusted Johnny trusts him that he trusted him to dismiss him and at 6 days he asks for a sursis à statuer", explains Corinne Auduin, journaliste pour France Inter sur are a Twitter account. To upgrade: "Le JPS trust who is the patrimony of Johnny is the trustee! Where do you imagine that Bank of America is not a big fan of the judicial process in France?"
Selon des informations communiquées par BFMTV, Bank of America was not allowed to be involved in any judicial process in France. "Elle prefers to retreat from the contract who joined the Laeticia Hallyday, " impécise le Médié français.
The request for renvoi refused
Laeticia's lawyer told me to find a new trustee to take it since. So I asked him to leave the affair. That request for renewal was finally rejected by the court.
Pour rappel, la justice feels today in Paris sur la demande de gel d'une partie des royalties liées à l'album du chanteur dont le dernier, posthume, est l'écoulé à plus d'un million exemplaires. Laura Smet and David Hallyday demanded the suspension of the 75% version of the discounts from sales of discs of leper pés désormais verses à sa veuve, Laeticia. The older ones where you can obtain another process from the author's free pages – the revenues released from the titre du chanteur titre – et des propriétés françaises du musicien.
This new issue concerns the posthumous album, "Mon pays c'est l'amour", which has been published last month in more than one million copies.