Al Ain Court of First Instance ordered a man to pay Dhs290,000 to another, the amount he had borrowed from him 4 years ago and did not return.
A man filed a lawsuit demanding that the appellee employee pay him Dhs10,265, in addition to a compensation of Dhs10,000 for the damages he incurred, as well as fees and expenses of the case.
The UAE Digital Government (DGOV) revealed four official channels that provide legal and judicial aid for those who cannot afford the legal fees.
A husband sued his wife, accusing her of obtaining the password for his mobile phone, and watching conversations between him and others via the WhatsApp.
The IHC had initiated contempt proceedings against Imran over his diatribe against Judge Zeba Chaudhry, who had approved Imran’s chief of staff Shahbaz Gill’s physical remand in a sedition case, at a public rally in Islamabad’s F-9 Park on Aug.20.
The details of the case date back to an earlier time, when the school filed a lawsuit demanding that the parent pay it Dhs116,000, besides the fees and expenses of the lawsuit and lawyer’s fees.
The Abu Dhabi Family, Civil and Administrative Cases Court obligated an employer to pay a worker Dhs150,000 in compensation for the material and moral damages he sustained in an accident while he was on duty.
The court stated that the appellee failed to appear to take the oath despite being informed and then obligated him to return the amount to the complainant.
A complaint was filed against a lawyer by her client who retained the latter to file a payment order application before Abu Dhabi courts, noting that the claimed amount is more than Dhs500,000 paid in cheques.
The accused lawyer posted a video clip on a social media platform, alleging that a ruling has been issued in a case heard by the courts, convicting a father sued by his son for insulting him. It was a fake story.