Hassan Elhais (Street Articles Author)
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Heirs According to Shariah Principles Of Succession
Shariah lays down the relations that qualify as heirs following the death of an individual. The deceased's estate can only be transferred to persons who qualify as heirs under Shariah Law principles. Anyone who does not qualify as an heir gets nothing from the estate. The first step followed by…
By:  in  Legal   Jun 07, 2016  
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Criminal Law About Finance
Banks and financial institutions are a part of everyone’s life. The financial relationship between a person and his bank is government by documents and agreements. In the event of loans, especially mortgages, this relationship is beneficial but can become complicated, especially when issue arises of default. If An individual with…
By:  in  Legal  >  Criminal Law   Jun 05, 2016  
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End Of Service Benefits Comparison Of Gratuity Under the UAE Labor Law And Difc Laws
Employees are eligible for Gratuity at the end of completing a full years of service. This gratuity is calculated as 21 days of salary. Salary in this case excludes any allowances for housing or car etc and considers the basic salary of the employee. Both the DIFC Law and the…
By:  in  Legal  >  Labor Law   Jun 05, 2016  
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Criminal Law About Fraud
Federal Law No.(3) For the Year 1987 on Passing Penal Code Article No.399: "Shall be punishable by confinement or by a fine any individual who, by using fraudulent practice, assuming a false name or quality, takes possession for himself or for others of any movable property or written instrument, or…
By:  in  Legal  >  Criminal Law   Jun 02, 2016  
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Family Law - Marriage Dissolution
The dissolution of a marriage is a legal act that may not coincide with the emotional tearing asunder. Divorce is typically a painful process for all concerned. While it can take adults time to regain psychological equilibrium, there is also a threat to be involved in a court proceeding claiming…
By:  in  Legal  >  Family Law and Divorce   Jun 02, 2016  
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Extradition: Conditional Requirement
Terms and conditions to be applied when delivering a suspect are set out in Article 7 of Law No. 39 these state that: 1. The crime must be considered an offense, be punishable in both countries and punishment must be imprisonment. 2. The crime that is the subject of extradition…
By:  in  Legal  >  Criminal Law   May 30, 2016  
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Limiting Trademarks Infringements Part 3
The United Arab Emirates is regarded as a commercial hub of Middle East, which facilitates in the practice of commercial activities in a lucrative and tax free environment. The legal system endeavors to protect producers and consumers from Trademarks infringement. Trademark infringement is a violation of exclusive rights attached to…
By:  in  Legal  >  Trademarks   May 29, 2016  
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Trademarks Ownership Part 2
There is a common misconception which suggest that registering a trademark grants the party a right of ownership. Technically this may be true but it is not the registration that grants ownership over a trademark but using a trademark does. Registering the trademark is regarded as a presumption that implies…
By:  in  Legal  >  Trademarks   May 28, 2016  
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Introduction to Trademarks Part 1
Trademark has a major value for any business, and one of the primary concerns of any well established or successful business man. Therefore at the beginning we must clarify what a Trademark is, its importance, and how the law protects its owner, and the legal procedures to register a trademark.…
By:  in  Legal  >  Trademarks   May 28, 2016  
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Theft Article Punishments
The public prosecutor charges the accused with theft. The exception to this rule ids situation where theft is committed between siblings, parents and children or spouses, and no third party rights accrue in which case the public prosecutor only charges the accused on the complaint of the other party. However,…
By:  in  Legal  >  Criminal Law   May 28, 2016  
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