The details of the case refer to the filing of a lawsuit in which a man demanded another obligation to pay him Dhs35,000 with legal interest, and his compensation for the damages incurred by him in the amount of Dhs10,000 in addition to the fees and expenses and in exchange for the attorneys' fees.
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The court meanwhile rejected the defendant’s appeal filed against the Court of Appeal’s ruling and obligated the driver to pay a total of Dhs3.4 million in blood money to the victims in addition to a fine of Dhs50,000.
The defendant promised the victim of marriage, and began to take explicit photos of her, using the trust she put in him. Apparently the victim was married, and after few months of her relationship with the defendant, she wanted to break up and return back to her husband.
A 29-year-old Arab man was arrested and referred to criminal court for resisting an arrest and attempting to run over a police officer, and sabotaging a police patrol.
A British man and his father claimed to have signed billion dirham contracts with Dubai Expo then used these claims to scam suppliers into selling them products worth millions using dud cheques.
Details of the case date back to January and May 2017, when the suspect embezzled 43 cheques worth Dhs1,300,000, the value of settlement of insurance contracts of the victims.
In the details, the plaintiff reportedly hired a construction company to carry out maintenance work and to add storeys to a commercial-residential building and its annexe.
The officers headed to arrest the defendant, but as soon as they arrived at his existing location, the defendant took out a knife from his pocket and attempted to threaten the officers.
An Australian court on Monday dismissed a challenge to a curfew that was imposed on the city of Melbourne to help curb the spread of COVID-19, ruling it was neither illegal nor irrational and did not violate the state’s human rights charter.