The court of appeal of Brussels is investigating Thursday the demand of the lawyers of Delphine Boël to king Albert II and Jacques Boël, to submit to a DNA test. That writes Le Soir today.
Last year, the court of first instance of Brussels, the vaderschapsgeding of Delphine Boël is admissible but not well founded. The court ruled that there is a family bond existed between the legal father, Jacques Boël, and the daughter, who herself for many years and as such have been worn and rehearsed. Delphine Boël has appealed against that verdict, writes Le Soir.
There is in the first instance, a date would expect from a first session in the appeal. Given the judicial delay in Brussels may be that for months or even years. Given the duration of the procedure, the lawyers of Delphine Boël Thursday asking for adoption of provisional measures. The court shall, within the month on that question.