This emblem is considered the property of the emirate of Dubai, safeguarded by this Law and its regulations.
In his capacity as the Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, issued Law No.17 of 2023 on the emblem of the emirate of Dubai.
The Law stipulates that Dubai must possess its distinct emblem, one that mirrors its values and principles. This emblem is considered the property of the emirate of Dubai, safeguarded by this Law and its regulations.
In accordance with the Law, the emblem can be utilised across various government facilities, documents, websites, and during government events. Private entities may also utilise it, provided they obtain prior approval from the Dubai Ruler or his representative.
The improper use of the emblem may lead to penalties and punishment, which may include imprisonment for a period not less than three months and not exceeding five years and a fine ranging from Dhs100,000 to Dhs500,000, or one of the two penalties as specified in the Law.The Law also specifies that individuals, with the exception of government entities or entities granted permission to use the emblem, who use the emblem when this Law becomes effective must completely discontinue its use within 30 days unless they have obtained prior approval.
The Chairman of Dubai's Ruler Court shall issue the necessary decisions to implement the provisions of this Law. This Law annuls any other legislation that may contradict with it and is effective from the date of its publication in the Official Gazette.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum also announced the new government strategic approach that will lay the foundations of work for the next 50 years.
Sheikh Mohammed issues Law No. (5) of 2019 on the Erada Center for Treatment and Rehab
Mohammed Bin Rashid authorises the committee to list, analyse, revise and develop procedures for providing services related to the issuance of building permits.
Hisham Awartani, who is Palestinian-Irish-American, according to the fundraiser, hopes to start his next semester of college on time despite his paralysis, the family's note said.
Schools, colleges, offices and banks were closed on Monday and Tuesday in at least four districts of Tamil Nadu, including Chennai, because of weather conditions, a government notice said.
The first case admitted to the hospital was 17-year-old Abdul Karim Wael, who was transferred from Abu Yousef Al Najjar hospital in Gaza. He suffers from a fracture in the right ankle and an open wound in the right knee.