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Lawyers in Dubai
31 Jan 2020

Indian Civil Procedure Code: Reciprocating Territory and Superior Court

Reciprocating Territory and Superior Court in the Indian Civil Procedurs Code  George SK and N. Anand The Ministry of Law and Justice of India has passed a notification on 17 January 2020 in the official Gazette of India declaring United Arab Emirates to be a reciprocating territory in respect with Explanation 1…

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Company Formation in UAE
31 Jan 2020

Freezone Bahrain International Investment Park

Freezone Bahrain International Investment Park 1. What law established this free zone? The Bahrain International Investment Park (BIIP) was established in 2005 by the Industry, Commerce and Tourism Ministry (MoICT). The BIIP is considered the flagship business park. It houses over 114 multinational and manufacturing service companies. 2. What are…

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Lawyers in Dubai
27 Jan 2020

Real Estate Development in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi

Granted Commercial and Residential Land in Abu Dhabi and its Disposal Land has been a bone of contention since times immemorial, wars have been fought for controlling the land. Similarly, in modern times as well as in almost all the countries of the world with well-developed legal systems codified or…

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Criminal Lawyers in Dubai
23 Jan 2020

Narcotic Drugs and UAE Law

The Countermeasures against Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances under drug laws in the UAE “Drugs are reality’s legal loopholes." Jeremy P. Johnson Drugs have destroyed many lives; however, flawed governmental laws have killed many more. After years of drug regulations set in place, the world is still facing the same…

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Property Lawyers in Abu Dhabi
22 Jan 2020

Exceptions to Patent Rights under the TRIPS Agreement

Patents Rights in Developing Countries: Exceptions Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) have never been more economically and politically important than they are today. Elements of IP law such as, but not limited to, trademarks, copyrights, patents, and utility models, are of prime importance in debates on IPRs in various sectors such…

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Technology Lawyers in Dubai
21 Jan 2020

Political Boundaries in Cyberspace

Political Boundaries in Cyberspace As Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) continue to suffuse through every aspect of human life in the twenty-first century, they have skewed the perceptions of citizens, and the outlook of jurisdictions worldwide. As societies continue to reshape themselves into digital economies, there has been a surge…

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arbitration lawyers in Dubai
19 Jan 2020

Arbitration in Saudi Arabia: Enforcement of Arbitration Awards in KSA

Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in Saudi Arabia  “Finally thought the stone, paper and scissor – Can't we all just get along?” Over the recent few years, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has seen sweeping changes within the society and its economy. One particular way in which these changes took place…

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Construction Lawyers in Dubai
15 Jan 2020

Liquidated Damages upon Contract Termination

Liquidated Damages upon Contract Termination Liquidated damages while not present in every contract, there will arise occasions where liquidated damages are mentioned within contracts and provide necessary assurance and security. There are numerous benefits, though also some drawbacks to this type of clause. The method of awarding damages also differs…

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Lawyers in Dubai
14 Jan 2020

Import & Export Regulations in the United Kingdom

Import & Export Regulations in the United Kingdom The United Kingdom (UK) has long been a key player in the global import and export business, since the era of colonization. To service the needs of its citizens, SMEs (Small to Medium Enterprises), and to facilitate trade, the UK imports a…

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Criminal Lawyers in Dubai
12 Jan 2020

Intelligence-Led Policing

Advantages of Intelligence Policing The terms ‘intelligence’ and ‘policing’ put together often strike thoughts pertaining to some fashion of covert surveillance system that is used to gather information in an undisclosed manner. However, the true meaning of the term intelligence policing, or “intelligence led policing” (a more meaningful way to…

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commercial lawyers in Dubai
09 Jan 2020

Commercial Agency and Distribution Agreements in the UAE

Commercial Agency and Distribution Agreements in the UAE “We become what we behold. We shape our tools, and thereafter our tools shape us.”                                                       …

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Mediation laws in UAE
07 Jan 2020

Mediation Between Victims and Offenders

Victim-Offender Mediation: An alternative to the Criminal Justice System? Abstract: Victims feel progressively baffled and estranged by our current frameworks for justice. Despite the fact that the criminal justice framework exists accurately, victims abused by criminal conduct have no legitimate remaining during the time spent getting justice. Traditionally, mediation is…

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Employment Laws in UAE
31 Dec 2019

Collective Bargaining Instruments and its implementation Challenge

"Collective Bargaining Instruments and its implementation Challenge" Introduction For running a successful business, among other things, it is vital to have good relations between an employer and his employees. To uphold those good relations, it is further essential that industrial disputes, i.e. conflicts or disputes between an employer and an…

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family laws in UAE
30 Dec 2019

Inheritance under Shariah Law

Inheritance under Shariah Law The United Arab Emirates Law of inheritance is very broad. It is suitable for not only Muslims but can be applied to inheritance cases involving people of any religion and nationality. Sharia law, without question, applies to all Muslims; however a non-Muslim foreign national may choose…

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