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Our team of experts provides comprehensive legal services for all banking and finance matters, including loan agreements, debt recovery, and financial disputes. Our experienced team has successfully represented both financial institutions and borrowers in a wide range of banking and finance disputes.
We stay up-to-date with the latest developments in employment and labor law to provide our clients with the most effective legal solutions. Our team has a proven track record of success in representing both employers and employees in employment and labor disputes.
We understand the complexities of the real estate and construction industries and can provide tailored legal advice to meet the needs of our clients. Our team has successfully represented clients in a wide range of real estate and construction disputes, from property acquisitions to construction defects.
With our extensive knowledge of the UAE's legal system, we provide effective legal solutions to all types of disputes. For instance, we recently helped a client resolve a trademark infringement issue by filing a complaint with the relevant authorities and negotiating a settlement with the infringing party. Our team has a proven track record of success in resolving disputes, ranging from commercial disputes to family law matters.
Our criminal defense team has a proven track record of success in defending clients against all types of criminal charges in Dubai and the UAE. We understand the seriousness of criminal charges and are committed to providing our clients with the best possible legal representation.Our team has successfully represented clients in a wide range of criminal cases, from minor offenses to serious crimes.
Our team of legal experts provides comprehensive trademark registration services to protect our client's intellectual property rights in Dubai and the UAE. We stay up-to-date with the latest developments in trademark law to provide our clients with the most effective legal solutions. Our team has successfully registered trademarks for clients in a wide range of industries, from technology to fashion.
Our family law team is dedicated to providing compassionate and effective legal services for all types of family matters in Dubai and the UAE. We understand the sensitive nature of family law matters and are committed to protecting the best interests of our clients. Our team has successfully represented clients in a wide range of family law matters, including divorce, child custody, and adoption.
We have extensive experience in representing athletes in a wide range of sports-related legal matters, from contracts to disputes. Our team is dedicated to protecting the rights and interests of our clients in the highly competitive world of sports.
We provide a comprehensive range of legal services for all types of insurance matters in Dubai and the UAE. We specialize in claims management and policy drafting, ensuring that our clients receive the best possible legal advice and representation.
Our team of legal experts is experienced in providing legal advice and representation for commercial matters, e-commerce, and e-contracts. We have a deep understanding of the legal framework governing e-commerce and can provide practical legal solutions to meet the needs of our clients. We specialize in drafting and negotiating e-contracts, as well as advising on compliance with relevant laws and regulations.
We specialize in advising on legal structures, regulatory compliance, and other corporate matters. Our team also has extensive experience in representing clients in civil litigation matters, including contract disputes, debt recovery, and other civil disputes. We have a proven track record of success in providing legal solutions to our clients that are practical, effective, and tailored to meet their specific needs.
Our team of legal experts has extensive experience in advising clients on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) transactions, including due diligence, negotiations, and closing deals. Our team has a deep understanding of the legal and regulatory requirements governing M&A transactions in Dubai and the UAE, and we are well-equipped to guide our clients through the complex process of acquiring or merging with another company.
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The requirements for an acknowledgement are: An acknowledgement shall be written in Arabic. The relevant party, or the agent thereof, shall attend personally. The original ID, and a copy thereof, shall be submitted. Statements showing the party’s capacity, and a copy thereof, shall be submitted.
An Arabic application for date documentation shall be provided. The original instrument, and one or more copies, shall be attached. The original ID, and a copy thereof, shall be submitted.
A civil case is filed by a private party, such as a corporation or an individual, against another private party. On the other hand, a criminal case is filed by the government, or the Public Prosecution in the UAE’s case, and is marshaled by a prosecuting attorney
Arbitration is an agreement between the parties of the contract, whether in the basic contract or a subsequent agreement, including the presentation of the conflict that may arise in the implementation of a specific contract to an arbitrator or more arbitrators, as it may be agreed to arbitration in a particular dispute under special conditions
Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and aims to assist two or more disputants in reaching an agreement. Whether an agreement results or not, and whether the content of that agreement, the parties themselves determine, rather than accepting something imposed by a third party. Mediation is routinely ordered by the Court and usually as a precondition to holding the trial. If that is one of the options in your case, your lawyer will discuss it with you.
Appeal means review by the Court of Appeal to the legal issues arising from decisions taken by the trial judge of the first instance. The appeal is not a new trial. The Court of Appeals shall consider whether the first court properly ruled on the legal case or not. The appeal is a mean of ordinary challenge against judgments whereby the subject of the case is reviewed pursuant to the principle of litigation in order to correct the mistakes in the judgments issued by the court of the first instance.
A power of attorney is a legal document giving one person (the agent or attorney) the power to act for another person (the principal). The agent can have broad legal authority or limited authority to make legal decisions for example about the principal’s property, finances, business or medical care. A power of attorney can cover a wide scope of matters depending on the particular person’s requirements. In real estate matters for example, a power of attorney can be used when one or both parties are unavailable and a party is needed to represent the other to finalise a transaction on their behalf.
As an employee in the UAE, you have certain rights and protections under the UAE Labor Law, such as the right to a minimum wage, annual leave, sick leave, and end-of-service benefits. You also have the right to work in a safe and healthy environment, and to file a complaint or grievance if your rights are violated.
The will can be drawn up in English, Arabic, or English and Arabic. French is not accepted, but a certified French translation can be sent to you if you wish.
All assets located in the United Arab Emirates can be included in your will registered with the DIFC: real estate, bank account, car, boat, table, etc. Animals and plants cannot be included.
These are disputes between landlords and tenants over rent payment, property damage, return of security deposits, repair and maintenance of facilities, etc
Tenants have the right to renew their contracts, provided they let their landlord know 90 days before the lease is up. Tenants have the right to stay in their leased property provided that they are not evicted for a valid reason and the relevant notice period is provided by the landlord.
a. It will be a Civil Case, but it is possible that there is a problem when you enter here in the UAE. We must check the rental case or the judgment to see if you will be caught by police or face a travel ban. Please contact us via WhatsApp/call.
a. In a civil case, a creditor is most likely to impose the travel ban and the debtor may request in court to remove it or with the creditor. A criminal ban is imposed by the Police, Court, or Public Prosecution, one may also request to remove it but it may be unlikely according to the nature of the crime.
If a UAE travel ban is issued against a person, it means they cannot leave the territory unless certain conditions are satisfied (i.e. the reason for the ban ceases to exist).
This ban can be imposed if requested by one party like the employer, and the competent authority declares the employee as absconding and imposes a permanent travel ban. The accused can submit an application before the immigration authority for removal of the travel ban.
A civil action may be ended if both parties agree not to proceed with the case and get approval for this from the court. Such cessation could be for a period of six months from the date of the court's approval as per Article 101 of Civil Procedural Law.
a. If you leave the UAE without clearing your debt, a criminal complaint can be filed against you. This may lead to severe consequences. Irrespective of whether you are in the UAE or outside, you may face a tough time if you fail to clear your dues.
The Travel Ban requires a minimum indebtedness amount of AED 10,000 (which is unlike your situation). However, if Etisalat/Du has taken any sort of criminal legal action against you, that will definitely result in flagging your name on the borders, which will prevent you from travelling.
What is the punishment for loan defaulters in UAE? Under the Penal Code (UAE debt collection laws), there are criminal penalties for debtors who fail to pay their debts or provide false information to creditors. For instance, a debtor who absconds with the intention of avoiding payment of debts may face imprisonment, fines, or both