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JYJ “Win Their Lawsuit Against AVEX” – Guaranteed Freedom In Their Japanese Activities

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It has been found that JYJ have won their exclusive contract invalidity lawsuit against Japan’s biggest music management agency ‘AVEX’.

A representative of JYJ’s management agency C-JeS Entertainment stated, “At around 2pm, our Japanese legal representative gave us a short call to inform to us that we won the lawsuit,” and “They have stated that they will send us the detailed verdict and content of the lawsuit, so we will wait for that.”

JYJ’s fans are already busy sending their congratulations online. The rumor of, “The Courts made the verdict that Avex must pay JYJ 600 million Yen and can no longer block any future JYJ activities,” is spreading fast amongst fans. Regarding this, C-JeS stated, “We can’t confirm anything until we receive the full verdict.”

JYJ, who had also been locked in a legal battle with SM, signed an exclusive management contract with AVEX in February, 2010 for their Japanese activities. However, AVEX changed their attitudes completely in September, 2010 and conflict emerged between the two sides. AVEX suddenly began taking up an issue with the controversies surrounding JYJ’s representatives and announced that they would stop all activities. In October, they joined hands with SM Entertainment’s singers such as TVXQ! and Super Junior and began supporting their activities.

JYJ and AVEX’s legal battle began in the early months of 2011. JYJ planned their own Japanese concert in Saitama, Japan as AVEX was no longer following through with their exclusive contract, but AVEX blocked the concert in a variety of ways.

In April, JYJ filed an activity hindrance prohibition injunction, as well as an exclusive contract invalidity lawsuit, and have been waiting for a verdict.

Telah diberitakan bahwa JYJ telah memenangi tuntutan mereka di meja hijau terhadap mantan agensi mereka di Jepang, AVEX, mengenai ketidak-valid-nya kontrak ekslusif mereka.

Seorang perwakilan dari agensi JYJ, CJeS Entertainment menyatakan, “Sekitar pukul 2 siang tadi, kuasa hukum kami di Jepang telah memberitahukan kepada kami bahwa kami telah memenangkan perkara hukum (mengenai kontrak di Jepang).” Dia juga mengatakan bahwa tim kuasa hukum mereka akan mengirimkan putusan lengkapnya segera. “Kami sedang menunggu (putusan) itu.”

Meski begitu, mengenai rumor yang berkembang diantar fans bahwa pengadilan telah mengharuskan AVEX untuk membayar 600 juta yen dan (mereka) tidak diperbolehkan menghalangi aktivitas JYJ di Jepang, belum dapat dikonfirmasi. “Kami tidak dapat mengkonfirmasi sampai kami mendapat putusan lengkapnya,” kata dia.

JYJ yang juga telah berselisih di ranah hukum dengan SM Entertainment menandatangani kontrak dengan AVEX di Jepang pada tahun 2010 pada bulan Februari. Namun, sikap AVEX terhadap JYJ telah berubah drastis sejak September 2010, mengakibatkan konflik mereka diantara keduanya. AVEX tiba-tiba menyatakan akan menghentikan semua aktivitas JYJ di Jepang karena kontroversi yang sedang dihadapi oleh grup ini. Pada bulan Oktober, AVEX kemudian bergabung dengan SM Entertainment untuk mengurus kegiatan artis-artis mereka seperti TVXQ! dan Super Junior dan mendukung aktivitas Jepang mereka.

Perselisihan hukum mereka mulai resmi dimulai pada awal tahun 2011, ketika JYJ merencanakan konser mereka di Saitama karena AVEX tidak lagi menangani kontrak mereka, tetapi AVEX telah menghalangi mereka dalam rencana tersebut.

Source: Sports Khan
English translation by: dongbangdata.net
Diterjemahkan kedalam bahasa Indonesia dan disebarkan oleh/shared by TVXQ!’s RedQueens

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