The case in the mountainous northern region of Kohistan has attracted international attention since it first emerged in 2012, when a local cleric was accused of ordering the deaths of male and female guests filmed at a wedding.
Israa Emad went to reconcile with her husband at his mother's house following marital disputes between them.
In the footage, now making the rounds on Facebook and Twitter, Bilal Saeed can be seen in intense anger fighting with his brother and punching and kicking a girl in the presence of police officials.
The husband also demanded his ex-wife to pay him Dhs120,000, which he had spent on renovation of their house.
'The lawsuit against Mrs. Mona Al Saber was not filed by Hala, but her father, and that the judgment was based on documents and proven facts,' the family lawyer Al Jasim said
The case has stirred public opinion since the discovery on Tuesday of the first nine bodies near the village of Baakline in the Chouf area southeast of Beirut, in what Prime Minister Hassan Diab described as an "appalling crime."
Sumeet Kaur told the police that her brother Harinder Singh has been trying to grab the land that belongs to her and her mother.
The police officers welcomed the man and went ahead to summon the presence of the son at the station. Alongside the police, social workers and family affairs specialists gave audience to both parties.
The Abu Dhabi Criminal Court adjourned on Wednesday to Nov.20 the case of a Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) man charged with poking his wife’s eye and consuming psychotropic substances.
“There is a Special Judicial Committee whose role is to adjudicate potential legal disputes related to Majid’s estate and inheritance issues,” the company said in a statement. The committee won’t “oversee the company or its business,” it said.