Park, who is a Korean businessman, escaped the premises, fearing arrest.
The case emerged in 2005, after 16 employees of the company filed a suit at the court to demand their pay in the amount of US$39, 345, 00.
After years of investigations, the court found Park guilty and ordered him to pay the employees their arrears and just benefits.
But, according to the court, Park remained stubborn to settle the employees’ salary arrears.
The court’s Writ of Execution, issued by Judge Comfort S. Natt, dated July 3, 2012, a copy of which is in the possession of the Daily Observer, instructed the Sheriff of the court, Madam Helena Williams, to seize and sell the property of the company.
The writ said: “You are hereby commanded to seize and expose for sale lands and chattels of the Inter-Bunco incorporated, including some of its vehicles etc. And if the sum realized is not sufficient, then seize the real property until you shall have realized the sum of US$39, 345, 00.”
The writ further ordered: But, if you cannot find land, goods and chattels including some of its vehicles belonging to the management, you are further commanded to arrest the living body of the president/ CEO Jung Dal Park, general manager Dargreh, operation manager, Andrew P. Ziah, and all other officers working under the scope of their authority…and bring them forth before any judge of competent jurisdiction and to be dealt with according to law.
The writ continued: Unless they would pay the sum of the money or show property to be seized. You are further commanded to sell same and upon receiving money from the sale or otherwise you are further commanded to pay the amount owned the plaintiffs, the sum of the money that is necessary to satisfy the judgment.
It added: You are to reserve unto yourself the cost and you will make to this court, at its next sitting to be held in its August term AD 2012. And in so doing this shall constitute your legal and sufficient authority.
Minutes after the sheriffs carried out their order, some of the employees who were on the scene said, “Justice has been done in our favor.”
The group’s spokesman, Thomas S. Jabba, said: “We have been waiting for this day and thank God that He has done it for us. There is true justice in our country.”