The Court of Appeal in Al-Jawf region, north of Saudi Arabia, has ratified a verdict to impound an antique painting named the “Ambria” until a final ruling is issued to determine the proprietor of the contested art piece.
Originally, the antiquated canvas was purchased by a Saudi businessman, based in Tabouk, while he was in Ethiopia. Once back, he was dragged into a lawsuit initiated by others claiming ownership of the painting. However, the court ruled in his favor.
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