Johnny Hallyday’s estate will be settled in France: Pierre-Olivier Sur assists Laura Smet on this case

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The Nanterre Regional Court declared itself competent to rule on the entire estate of Johnny Hallyday, considering that the singer, who died on 5 December 2017, was a French resident. The Nanterre High Court thus ruled in favour of Laura Smet and David Hallyday and applied French law to his succession.
Pierre-Olivier Sur, partner of FTMS, assists Laura Smet alongside Hervé Temime and Emmanuel Ravanas on this case.

Interview with Pierre-Olivier Sur, partner of FTMS, for Europe 1

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