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Aya Al Deeb, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Court of Appeal upheld the ruling of the Abu Dhabi Family, Civil and Administrative Cases Court, which rejected a lawsuit filed by a woman, in which she demanded to obligate her ex-husband to pay her Dhs150,000, the value of a loan she gave him during their marriage.
The court noted that the case papers were devoid of any evidence of indebtedness.
The details of the case date back to an earlier time when the appellant filed a lawsuit demanding to obligate her ex-husband to pay her Dhs150,000, and 12% legal interest from the date of the claim, besides the fees, expenses, and the lawyer’s fees.
The appellant said that during her marriage to the appellee, she lent him Dhs150,000, including Dhs100,000 through a bank transfer, and two cheques, the first of which was for Dhs40,000 and the second was for Dhs10,000.
The appellant affirmed that she demanded the appellee to return the amount, but he delayed her and did not repay it.
She attached to her claim a bank transfer receipt, two cheques, legally translated, and the identity of the appellee.
The appellee said that the amounts transferred to his account were the payment of a debt he owed the appellant. He attached a receipt for transferring Dhs100,000 from his account to the appellant's account before the date of transferring the same amount to his account by her.
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The appellant appealed the ruling but the court rejected her appeal.
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