Ras Al Khaimah Introduces New Legislation to Decrease Judicial Fees
The newly enacted law in Ras Al Khaimah, consisting of 11 chapters and 39 articles, meticulously delineates the judicial fees applicable within the emirate, covering charges imposed by both the courts and the Public Prosecution Department. This legislative measure encompasses a reduction in fees for a diverse range of cases, including civil and commercial lawsuits, rental disputes, executive cases, and performance order requests. Furthermore, the law extends its impact to alleviate financial burdens by lowering fees for appealing judgments before the Courts of Appeal and Cassation. With a primary focus on enhancing accessibility to the judicial system, this initiative reflects the commitment to providing litigants with a more accessible and equitable legal landscape, fostering a fair and efficient legal process in Ras Al Khaimah.