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The Abu Dhabi Court for Family and Civil and Administrative Cases rejected a lawsuit filed by an ex husband who demanded to obligate his divorcee to pay him Dhs28,000, claiming that he had transferred the agreed alimony to her bank account, but she submitted a petition before the execution judge stating that he had not paid the alimony, so he had to pay it again.
The details of the case date back to an earlier time, when the husband filed a lawsuit, in which he requested that his divorcee be obligated to pay Dhs28,000 to him besides the fees and expenses of the lawsuit and lawyer’s fees.
The appellant indicated that he was the husband of the appellee, but they divorced, and the Court of Cassation ruled for her a monthly alimony, which he transferred his account to her account, but she submitted a petition before the judge to arrest him because he did not commit to paying the amount of the alimony, so he had to pay it again. at the police station.
The court indicated that the complainant claimed that he had transferred Dhs28,000 to the account of his ex-wife from his bank account, but the statements which he submitted to the court were not legally translated, pointing out that assuming that he had already transferred the amount, this did not prove to the court that the amount was the alimony and he did not even ask the court to give him a deadline to provide proof of his claim, and then the court rejected the case and obligated him to pay the fees and expenses.
While married, the defendant and his divorcee agreed to deposit each a monthly amount in the said account to secure the future of their daughter.
The husband also demanded his ex-wife to pay him Dhs120,000, which he had spent on renovation of their house.
The woman requested the court to obligate her ex-husband to pay her Dhs150,000, the value of a loan she gave him during their marriage, but the court noted that the case papers were devoid of any evidence of indebtedness.
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