What Every Expat Should Know About Guardianship in the UAE If you currently reside in the UAE as an expat, and your family is also in the country with you, then it’s absolutely critical that you understand the countries guardianship laws. The stakes are incredibly high. Imagine, for instance, that you (the husband) should pass away here in the UAE without a last will and testament designating who will take guardianship over your children in the event of your death. In a case like this, Sharia Law will pass judgment over who receives the children. And contrary to what you might believe, this is not always the mother of the children. Contact me for more inormation email@example.com
Hi everybody, can any one advise me my legal standing in case of my car repair, which was repaired by insurance company with damaged and repaired parts. I have comprehensive insurance and on my dispute they are saying under Emirates Rules, a 2011 model or more than 12 months old car parts can not be replaced with new one. In my case parts were bought from scrap and were damaged too, were repaired and repainted in car color. Is there any government rule as they claims.
My renters have complained that the neighbours constantly make loud noise, I have been to check it out and it seems that there is a fairly major problem, it is one family disturbing the whole block, not just my renters.. I asked if the neighbours could please keep it down a little but they were rude. What can I do about it?
Hello to all, Does anyone know how it works if we terminate our operation of a small business (car wash) and wish to sell our trade license from Dubai Economic Department? I was told that it is possible especially when there is a limit on how many of those licesnes DED is allowing. Any advice will be greatly appreciated thanks tomek