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Aya El Deeb, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Family and Civil and Administrative cases Court obliged a sister to pay her brother Dhs330,000 of which Dhs328,000 were the value of financing a car he paid to her, and Dhs2,000 in compensation for damages he incurred.
The complainant filed case demanding that his sister be obligated to pay him Dhs328,000, for the advance he paid for the vehicle and all the remaining installments.
He also demanded that the appellee be obligated to pay Dhs20,000 in material and moral compensation and 12% in legal interest, the transfer of the vehicle's ownership to him and obligate the appellee to pay the fees and expenses of the lawsuit and the lawyer’s fees.
The complainant indicated that his sister asked him to finance a vehicle with a bank and she would pay the monthly installments.
He allegedly contracted with the bank to buy a 2021 model vehicle and paid Dhs200,000 in advance.
He added that he agreed to pay Dhs128,000 in monthly installments which was to be paid by his sister and then register the vehicle in her name, but his sister did not comply with the agreement and did not pay the monthly installments.
The court noted that according to the case papers, the complainant contracted with the bank to purchase the vehicle and committed to pay the entire monthly installments, adding that he paid Dhs200,000 in advance and then agreed rest of the Dhs128,000 in monthly installments, to be paid by his sister, after which she would register the vehicle in her name, but the sister did not pay the full amount of the monthly installments in addition to the Dhs200,000 paid by her brother.
The court therefore obligated the sister to pay her brother Dhs328,000 and 2,000 in compensation and the fees and expenses of the lawsuit and the lawyers' fees.
The company indicated that it terminated the appellee’s services due to his poor performance in his work, as he did not succeed in attracting any client to the company.
The plaintiff pointed out that he paid the woman Dhs100,000 in return for waiving a lawsuit that she had filed against him but was surprised when she rejected to waive the lawsuit and denied receiving the money.
The plaintiff explained that she was married to the appellee and that he beat her up, causing her injuries mentioned in a medical report, which included pains, bruises and scratches on the head, face and right arm.
The father said he had given his son a proxy to run his business, and handed him over the card of his monthly pension, Dhs5,300, but he found that his son withdrew the pension amount, claiming it was suspended.
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