Hanover (dpa) – Ernest August Prince, who fell with his son, seeks return to Marionberg Castle – goes to court for it. The Hanover Regional Court announced Tuesday that it has not ruled on a suit that has been granted since the end of 2020.
The head of Guelph, the husband of Princess Caroline of Monaco, demanded that his son Ernest August return from the hereditary prince Hanover to return to the Marianburg and Cullenberg estates in the municipality of Pattensen-Schullenberg and to Prince Herrenhausen in Hanover. . There is no date for the hearing yet. The “Bunde” case was also reported.
The 66-year-old’s son said Tuesday that the case was “absurd” and that the allegations contained in it were false. He did not want to comment on the details, regardless of the family “to protect my father”. The 37-year-old wanted to sell his former summer residence in Welf to the public for one euro. But the agreement with the Lower Saxony state government failed due to his father’s opposition. Then the lock and stuff were moved to a foundation.
The basic solution found with the state of Lower Saxony is legally secure; There is nothing in the long-term preservation of Marionberg as a central cultural monument in Lower Saxony that will be available to all, ”Jr. continued.
The court ruled that Ernest August Prince of Hanover supported his claim to invalidate a gift. Accordingly, in 2004 and 2007 he gave the property to his son as expected. However, since then, his son has “seriously violated the plaintiff’s rights, legal interests and interests” – the father is said to have tried behind his back to take control of the Hanover home property.
According to the regional court, Ernest August Prince von Hanover invested five million euros in the dispute. With the service of action, the court ordered written preliminary proceedings. In this way, the son can first respond in writing to the complaint.
“All the arguments in the case are already invalid outside the court,” the son said. “In this context, we are calm about the legal dispute.”
The Golfs are one of the oldest aristocratic families in Europe. Between 1714 and 1837 the rulers of Hanover were kings of Great Britain and Ireland at the same time.
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