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Proving Your Claim In Family Court: Part 2
90% of the cases will involve witnesses and they can have the biggest impact on the outcome of the case, hence reading the article will provide valuable information to ensure a strong claim. We will explain who are accepted as witnesses and what their impact could mean for the outcome.…
By:  in  Legal  >  Family Law and Divorce   Mar 22, 2016  
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Proving Your Claim In Family Court: Part 1
Introduction In this Article we will explain the kind of correspondences that the court accepts, and the role of the mediators in the processes of the family courts, whose purpose is to communicate between the parties to settle an amicable solution to the family dispute. 1. Acceptable Correspondence The Family…
By:  in  Legal  >  Family Law and Divorce   Mar 21, 2016  
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Family Law - Settlement Agreements
Introduction Following a No Objection Certificate from the Family Guidance committee, the parties can file their family case in the Dubai Courts. In the second part of the of the guide through family court proceedings, we shall be outlining some of the common mistakes made by parties while entering into…
By:  in  Legal  >  Family Law and Divorce   Mar 06, 2016  
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Family Law - Witnesses In Family Court
After the witnesses have made their statements in the Family Court, there is usually one more hearing after that in order to allow both the parties to comment on the statements of the witnesses. The number of hearings following the witness statements depends on the Family Court. It is not…
By:  in  Legal  >  Family Law and Divorce   Mar 05, 2016  
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Intellectual Property
Dubai's court of cassation defines intellectual property as, "it is every invented property whether it was literature, vocal, or as regardless to its nature, purpose or importance". From this definition we can analyze that, intellectual property can be in the form of a book or a painting or a song…
By:  in  Legal  >  Intellectual Property   Mar 02, 2016  
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Family Law - Finance | Capital, Property
What powers does the court have to allocate financial resources and property on the breakdown of marriage? The court will not automatically consider the financial position of a separating couple unless an application is made to the court. Unless the parties are Muslim and a marriage contract is in place…
By:  in  Legal  >  Family Law and Divorce   Mar 02, 2016  
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Family Law - Reciprocal Enforcement Of Financial Orders
The UAE is not a signatory to REMO. Nevertheless, foreign financial orders can be enforced within the UAE however, there can be difficulties as set out below. Enforcement of a foreign order initially requires the commencement of an ‘attestation case,’ this is loosely an application for a mirror order. Under…
By:  in  Legal  >  Family Law and Divorce   Feb 28, 2016  
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Extradition Article: Guidelines
Where the proposal has already been sent by the requesting party, Interpol will arrest the suspect and produce him to the Public Prosecution within 48 hours of his arrest. After the arrest, investigations are begun, the suspect’s accusation is heard, and a normal trial procedure is started. Moreover, the role…
By:  in  Legal  >  Criminal Law   Feb 28, 2016  
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Family Law - Special Conditions In the Marriage Contract
Marriage contracts usually take a standard format, however special conditions may be added into marriage contracts. Such special conditions can provide different rights to either of the parties, but we have seen a prevalence of conditions which focus on giving the wife additional rights. One example of these special conditions…
By:  in  Legal  >  Family Law and Divorce   Feb 28, 2016  
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Family Law - Jurisdiction And Conflict Of Law
1. Sources of Law 1.1 What is the primary source of law in relation to the breakdown of marriage and the welfare of children within the jurisdiction? Dubai is one ‘Emirate’ within the ‘United Arab Emirates’. Seven Emirates make up the UAE being: Dubai; Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Fujeira, Ras Al…
By:  in  Legal  >  Family Law and Divorce   Feb 28, 2016  
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