Prince Tuʻipelehake taken to court over Fatai lease rights

The wife of the late Prince Tuʻipelehake, Lady Fifita Hōleva Tuʻipelehake, has taken His Serene Prince Tuʻipelehake, the son of the late  Tuʻipelehake to court  over the lease of Fatai, an estate in Nukuʻalofa belongs to the Tuʻipelehake royal family.

Tongan news website Nepituno report says the land is currently leased to Air New Zealand Airline Company.

A statement by Prince Tuʻipelehake’s lawyer, Clive Edwards, reported by the website suggested Lady Fifita was seeking court order for a compensation from the Prince over the lease of the estate.

It said the court has yet to decide a hearing date for the case.

The plaintiff was late Tuʻipelehake’s fourth wife and they have no children.

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