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Aya El Deeb, Staff Reporter
A father filed an urgent lawsuit, in which he demanded the expulsion of his son from his house, stressing that he allowed him, his wife and grandchildren to stay in for a temporary period, but he refused to leave.
Al Ain Court of First Instance obligated the son to quit the house and hand it over to the father, but the son appealed the ruling, and Al Ain Appellate Court rejected his appeal.
The father explained that he allowed his son to stay in his house temporarily with his wife until he would rent a house of his own, but the son refused to leave.
He demanded to obligate him to pay the fees and expenses of the lawsuit and the lawyer's fees.
The son appealed the ruling, stressing that the part of the house he lived in was built with his own money at a cost of Dhs320,000, more than 10 years ago, based on an agreement with his father, of which his mother and brother are witnesses.
He added that he did not have any house of his own and demanded to dismiss the lawsuit and address a government agency to investigate about the grant he received for the maintenance of the house, and to obligate him to pay fees and expenses.
The court affirmed that the deadline for appeal is 30 days after the initial verdict and 10 days in urgent cases, pointing out that the son appealed after 11 days from the preliminary judgment, and so he did not have the right to appeal.
The court rejected the appeal and obligated the appellee to pay fees and expenses of the lawsuit.
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