The Egyptian judiciary says its word in the lawsuit of Rashwan Tawfik's daughter against her father

Today, Wednesday, the Egyptian judiciary rejected the lawsuit filed by Aya Rashwan Tawfiq against her father, the able artist, demanding the invalidity of the contract to sell a villa in the Sixth of October City, worth 5 million pounds, to his second daughter, Heba, by a general power of attorney issued by her without her knowledge, and obligating her to spend.

Aya Rashwan Tawfik filed a third lawsuit against her father, artist Rashwan Tawfik, demanding the invalidity of the contract to sell a villa in the Sixth of October City, worth 5 million pounds, to her media sister, Heba.

Aya Rashwan Tawfiq had filed two other lawsuits against her father;

The first demanded the annulment of two powers of attorney issued by her to him, and the court ruled by refusing and obligating her to pay the sum of 893,000 pounds.

Magdy Mahran, the lawyer of the artist, Rashwan Tawfik, told Cairo 24 that Aya Rashwan Tawfik had filed a number of lawsuits against her father, preventing him from using his right, and he continued, saying: The artist Rashwan distributed his estate while he was alive, and when he amended it, his daughter Aya did not agree, Therefore, a lawsuit was filed, rejecting and nullifying the repartition.

Mahran added: The reason for redistributing the inheritance is his fear of God - the Almighty - and he cited in his hadith what God Almighty revealed in his Noble Book.

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