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Nissan files claim against Ghosn's sister in Brazilian court

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By Marcelo Rochabrun and Chang-Ran Kim

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Cheap and Nasty Nissan,

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@ Ex_Res

Cheap, nasty, and stupid..

In court papers, lawyers for Ghosn said that since Nissan had entered the apartment after his arrest, the automaker could have "inserted objects or documents that could compromise his good reputation".

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Oh Nissan what a tangled web you have weaved yourself.

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The guys at Nissan are forgetting Ghosn is a person and Nissan is a brand. Seems to me they’re hurting their own brand image for a futile chase. Of course, all this while hiding behind the establishment.

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pure gaijin: Seems to me they’re hurting their own brand image for a futile chase.:

Corporations file lawsuit .

APPLE, for example, had several.

It didn't hurt their image.

Get over it.

AND, it is not a futile chase. They are recovering their assets

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The party is over for Ghosn's kin

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Nissan is foolish for entering the apartment. Now any evidence that turns up can be brushed off as having been planted by Nissan during their visit.

However this turns out, it's certainly entertaining!

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A bunch of crooks the lot of them--all urinating in the same pot!

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Nissan is foolish for entering the apartment. Now any evidence that turns up can be brushed off as having been planted by Nissan during their visit.

The contents of documents seem more important than whether the documents were planted or not.  It is strange that the family had to collect the documents and refuses to share with Nissan.  Ghosn was fired and the property is Nissan's.  The family shouldn't have allowed in.

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The property is Nissan's but that does not make the content Nissan's property. The lessee's property is and remains his and can be taken out of the apartment after cancellation of the rent contract.

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The contents of documents seem more important than whether the documents were planted or not. It is strange that the family had to collect the documents and refuses to share with Nissan. Ghosn was fired and the property is Nissan's. The family shouldn't have allowed in.

LOL!

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Going after family members? Now it's really getting personal.

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The property is Nissan's but that does not make the content Nissan's property. The lessee's property is and remains his and can be taken out of the apartment after cancellation of the rent contract.

It's not a rented apartment.  Ghosn made Nissan buy the property.  He didn't pay any rent to Nissan.  Rather he made Nissan pay his sister for her living in the property

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The contents of documents seem more important than whether the documents were planted or not.

If incriminating documents are planted, it would be much more important than the contents! What planet are you living on??

It is strange that the family had to collect the documents and refuses to share with Nissan. Ghosn was fired and the property is Nissan's. The family shouldn't have allowed in.

If you're talking about a desk Ghosn had at work, yes. But as someone else pointed out, Nissan is the owner of the apartment, but in most countries, the lessee has full legal authority over the property until the end of the contract. Nissan cannot simply declare the rental contract null and void. They will have to adhere to Brazilian law. I'm no expert, but I'm guessing it's somewhat similar to other countries - and that means Nissan is S.O.L. for awhile.

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Going after family members? Now it's really getting personal.

Cheap, Nasty, Smutty. So this is a Japanese companies true colors. And from what I have seen of Japanese law (not fit for purpose), in it's true colors, I would have very serious reservations about doing any future business with Japan.

Dirty little Nissan.

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Low class Nissan they know there is zero evidence, zero nothing, going for blood now..

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He is innocent ffs

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