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Aya El Deeb, Staff Reporter
Al Ain Appellate Court upheld the ruling of Al Ain Court of First Instance, rejecting an urgent lawsuit filed by a woman, in which she demanded that an expert be assigned to prove that another woman from her family destroyed a part of a house allocated to her.
The complainant also demanded that the appellee be obligated to pay the fees and expenses of the lawsuit.
The appellant explained that she owned a part of the house, and it was agreed between her and the appellee that the latter would give her that part, and when the time came to receive it, it was found to be unfit for living as it was destroyed.
She attached to her claim a proof including pictures of the house, the inheritance ruling and the house plan.
On the other hand, the appellee affirmed that she was one of the owners of the house and that the appellant did not reside in it, as she was married and lived in her husband's house, and that her brothers gave her their share of the inheritance.
The Court of First Instance said the court had no jurisdiction to hear the case and obligated the appellant to pay the expenses, but she appealed the verdict and again demanded that an engineering expert be assigned to inspect the property and hear witnesses and neighbours.
She also demanded that the appellee be obligated to pay fees, expenses and lawyer's fees.
She affirmed that she has no objection to selling her share and that of her children to the appellant to preserve the fraternal relationship between them and demanded that the appellant be obligated to pay the fees, expenses, and lawyer’s fees.
The court rejected the appeal, upheld the ruling of the Court of First Instance, and obligated the appellant to pay fees and expenses.
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