The Abu Dhabi Family and Civil and Administrative Cases Court.
The Abu Dhabi Family and Civil and Administrative Cases Court rejected a lawsuit filed by a man in which he demanded to obligate another to pay him Dhs250,000, including Dhs200,000 the price of a caravan he sold to him, and Dhs50,000 as compensation for not paying the value of the caravan.
The complainant filed a lawsuit requesting the termination of the caravan sale contract and compensation of Dhs50,000, besides paying the fees and expenses of the lawsuit. He indicated which he agreed with the appellee orally to sell a moving caravan for Dhs200,000 and that the latter received the caravan to try it for a week, and then seized it without paying its price.
The appellant affirmed that he was harmed by not receiving the value of the caravan or even recovering it.
The court ruled to swear the appellee to affirm that he had handed the appellant the value of the caravan in full, noting that the WhatsApp messages are regarded as preliminary evidence that the appellee paid the price of the caravan in full, but it is not sufficient.
After the appellee was sworn in, it was proved to the court that he did not owe the amount, and accordingly it rejected the lawsuit and obligated the appellant to pay fees and expenses.
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