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Aya El Deeb, Staff Reporter
A man filed a lawsuit against another, before Al Ain Court of First Instance, demanding that he be obligated to pay him Dhs6,000, in addition to fees and expenses, because the appellee bought 6 sheep from him, and after receiving them, he did not pay the price, or return the sheep.
The complainant demanded that the decisive oath be given to the appellee, and in the session specified for taking the oath, the appellee did not attend despite being legally declared.
The court indicated that the appellee, despite being declared, he did not attend and therefore he owed the amount to the owner of the sheep. Consequently the court ordered him to pay the complainant Dhs6,000, in addition to fees and expenses of the lawsuit.
The Al Ain Court of Appeal upheld the ruling of the Court of First Instance obligating a man to pay Dhs70,000 in compensation to a woman for the material and moral damage she sustained after he beat her up and caused her injuries in her shoulder and a disability of 30% in the upper left arm.
The Abu Dhabi Court for Family and Civil and Administrative Cases obligated a man to pay Dhs7,600 to another, besides the fees and expenses of the case, after the first received Dhs13,600 from the second for the purpose of providing him with a visa, but the agreement was not implemented.
Al Ain Court of First Instance rejected a lawsuit filed by a woman against her ex-husband, demanding him to pay her the value of her gold jewellery and two precious watches which she claimed he took from her without her consent during their marriage.
A woman filed a lawsuit against a company demanding it to pay her Dhs300,000 in compensation for the material and moral damage she incurred as a result of not enabling her to obtain her job even after signing the job offer sent by the company.
The management has officially welcomed devotees to the 70,000 square foot premises by monumentally lighting a lantern together to celebrate the opening. Over 200 dignitaries, ambassadors and local community leaders attended the celebration.
Vishal Ranjan, registrar with the institute, confirmed the four deaths and that the rescue operation "has been stopped for now because of heavy rainfall and snowfall in the region".
The vehicle was travelling along a treacherous mountain highway in Uttarakhand state when it careened over an edge and plunged at least 500 metres (1,640 feet) with around 45 people onboard.
The overcrowded stadium in Malang in Indonesia's East Java province descended into chaos after police fired tear gas to disperse agitated fans who had poured on to the pitch at the end of the match. It was one of the world's worst stadium disasters.