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Madrid Court Rules In Favor Of Real Madrid's Changes To Its Social Statutes

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 12 / 16

Real Madrid announced on Thursday that a Madrid court ruled against legal action opposing the club's modification of its social statutes , according to the EFE. Real Madrid said in a statement that the court's ruling means the 15 members who filed the legal claim "will have to pay for the court fee...

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