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Aya El Deeb, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Appellate Court upheld the ruling of the Court of First Instance which rejected a lawsuit filed by a woman who demanded her ex-fiancé to return Dhs210,000 to her.
The court indicated that the case papers did not prove that the appellant had not received the amounts from the plaintiff.
Details of the case date back to an earlier time, when the woman filed a lawsuit demanding that her ex-fiancé pay her Dhs210,000, which he had borrowed from her when they were engaged.
The plaintiff added that she asked him to refund the money, but he refused.
The Abu Dhabi Familya Court and Civil and Administrative Cases rejected the case on the grounds that it was not proved that the appellant had received a loan from the plaintiff.
The Abu Dhabi Court of Cassation upheld a ruling rejecting a lawsuit filed by the brother of a woman after her death, in which he demanded that her husband and his brother be obligated to pay him compensation of Dhs200,000 and to prove the invalidity of power of attorney granted by the deceased to her husband and brother.
The Abu Dhabi Criminal Court sentenced two Filipinos to death on charges of possessing and peddling narcotics and psychotropic substances. It also ordered the seized materials to be destroyed and the mobile phones used and the cash money generated to be confiscated.
The defendants used to peddle narcotics and psychotropic substances for some drug dealers outside the UAE in exchange for sums of money.
The case dated back to a tip-off received by the Abu Dhabi Anti-Narcotics Department that the defendant was promoting narcotics and psychotropic substances by communicating with a drug dealer outside the UAE.
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