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This article is from an official Emirates news agency, which confirms the change (Federal Law 12/2016). This is a change to Federal Law 5/2012, replacing Article 9 (the translation into English is odd because the verb phrase goes first). The level of the penalty has increased (minimum 150K → minimum 500K; maximum 500K → 2M). Incarceration is changed from "...


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In Saudi Arabia, it is legal to charge (and pay) interest. However, according to this source, a contract clause requiring interest is not enforceable. An interest clause is severable, so the contract is not at risk if interest is charged. This source indicates an exception, that the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority Banking Disputes Settlement Committee may ...


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Nothing in the description strikes me as illegal or unlawful, so I am unsure of the grounds your friend would have for legal action. The questions a lawyer would ask (in addition to that) would be likely to include : How does your friend quantify the damage? The law is great for pursuing financial compensation, but does not handle abstract concepts. Has ...


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So to summarise: Your friend was on another person's property. Authorised officers of the property owner asked him to leave and ensured that he did leave. Please explain in that fact pattern where there is an unlawful act or omission? Apart from your friend's possible trespass if they were there without permission. I am sorry that your friend is "...


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Anti-competition clauses are legal under UAE law, see here and here. Article 127 of UAE Labour Law specifically allows non-compete clauses related to access to clients of business secrets, provided that the agreement must be confined, in terms of time, place and the nature of the business, to the extent necessary to safeguard the employer's ...


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There are, sort of. You may be able to get the information you want here, but it is possible that the document will never download completely. Article 34 is the main item of concern, being the one governing imprisonment, which says: Whoever is proven to commit a gross medical error as set out herein shall be sentenced to not more than one year-...


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There is no statutory provision in the Penal Code saying how the deal penalty is to be imposed. There is little by say of specification of the method in Sharia, except that stoning for adultery is mentioned in the Hadith (Sahih Muslim Book 17 Hadith 4194, 4191).


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