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Aya El Deeb, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Appellate Court overturned the ruling of the Abu Dhabi Court of First Instance obliging a man to return Dhs71,000 to his sister.
The man's sister filed a lawsuit demanding that he return her Dhs71,500 and oblige him to pay a 12% interest, in addition to the fees and expenses of the case and the lawyer's fees, claiming that he borrowed it from her and did not return it, while the brother affirmed that the document submitted by his sister was forged and the criminal laboratory supported that.
The sister claimed that her brother borrowed Dhs101,000 from her, and gave her his car which was valued at Dhs30,000 and did not return the remaining amount despite her claim to him.
The brother's lawyer demanded that the case be dismissed because it was previously considered, stressing that the documents of the complainant in the case were the same documents which were proved to be forged in the previous case, based on the forensic laboratory report.
The Court of First Instance obligated the brother to return Dhs71,000 to his sister and to pay the fees and expenses of the case and the lawyer’s fees.
The complainant brother appealed the ruling, demanding that the case be referred for investigation to prove the forgery of documents.
The court indicated that, according to the papers, the complainant had previously filed a civil suit against her brother for the same reason, and the court, at that time, dismissed the case after the forensic laboratory report proved that the documents were forged, and that the ruling became final.
Consequently, the court overturned the appealed judgment, dismissed the case for a previous decision, and obligated the complaining sister to pay the fees and expenses of the lawsuit and the lawyer’s fees.
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