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01 Feb 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…

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22 Dec 2019

Victim-Offender Mediation

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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17 Dec 2019

Value Added Tax Penalties in UAE

Value Added Tax Penalties in the United Arab Emirates Abstract: Value Added Tax (VAT) is an indirect tax levied on consumption or the use of goods and services at each stage in the chain of its production and distribution; from raw material to its final sale based on the price…

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Lawyers in Dubai
17 Nov 2019

Hedging Strategies for Power Contracts

Hedging Strategies for Power Contracts Introduction The worldwide establishment of the power markets is primarily due to the global restructuring and reorganisation of the electricity and other energy supply market. Since the electric power industry is structured in three distinct segments of power generation ranging from production to transmission and…

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16 Nov 2019

Dishonour of cheques in India

Dishonour of cheques in India as per Negotiable Instruments Act 1881 Introduction The whole concept of using cheques, even at this day and age where other progressive modes of transactions are available, is to keep proper record and use it as proof of payment. There are more security and surety…

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02 Nov 2019

outstanding bank loans payment

Do you have outstanding bank loans and credit card payments? “Some debts are fun when you are acquiring them, but none are fun when you set about retiring them.” Often, unexpected events can astound an individual in an array of ways like a change in employment, personal emergency, etc., which…

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Lawyers in Dubai
31 Oct 2019

Tort of Trade Mark Passing Off

The Tort of Trade Mark Passing Off Around the World Introduction The reason trademarks are so crucial in the modern business world is due to how the customers and consumer loyalty work. Often, when considering a particular industry such as, for example, fast food, there will be specific names which…

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23 Oct 2019

Enforcement of Foreign Awards in Kuwait

Enforcement of Foreign Awards in Kuwait Introduction With the world ever moving towards a more globalised structure, clarity and cooperation are more important than ever. The move towards a more integrated world has been occurring for decades, most notably following the end of the Second World War. Some of the…

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Lawyers in Dubai
12 Oct 2019

E-contracts in UAE

E-contracts in UAE Introduction In today's modern E-world, it should come as no surprise that businesses prefer communicating officially online. From arranging meetings to agreeing on legally binding contracts, this trend of electronic business is fast growing. This trend of communicating through emails and applications led to the formation of…

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Financial Lawyers in UAE
10 Oct 2019

real estate market financing rules

Does the UAE real estate market need new financing rules? The United Arab Emirates (UAE) property market has experienced quite a few major developments within the past decade, with a host of new laws, initiatives, and real estate projects being announced. Moving into 2019, the UAE real estate market has…

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Employment Laws in UAE
06 Oct 2019

Redundancy of Employment

Redundancy of Employment Redundancy is one of the most contested and controversial aspects of employment, especially with regards to economies with unfavourable economic climates. Many employers may sometimes be faced with the unfortunate challenge of instituting changes into their business and their business practices in order to reduce operating costs…

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02 Sep 2019

Force Majeure Clauses Limitation of Liability

Force Majeure Clauses and the Limitation of Liability Introduction Force majeure roughly translates to ‘superior force’ and is used when referring to unforeseeable events taking place. For the most part, unforeseeable events are not attractive prospects for any individual, especially in the case of business agreements. While contracts generally do…

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Lawyers in Dubai
06 Aug 2019

Dispute Resolution UAE FDI Law

Dispute Resolution under the New UAE FDI Law The United Arab Emirates’ new law on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), which came into effect on October 30, 2018, will set a new point of reference by permitting 100 percent foreign ownership of companies in UAE. The new enactment, which plots who…

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Financial Lawyers in UAE
04 Aug 2019

Churning Is it Ethical

Churning: Is it Ethical? What is Churning: Churning takes place when a broker undertakes excessive trading, i.e. buying and selling of securities in the investor’s account for generating commissions that may benefit the broker or the securities agent. The broker has to exercise unwarranted control over the critical decisions about…

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