The Dubai Public Prosecution referred an Arab manager and Asian company owner, aged 61 and 36 respectively, along with runaway accomplice to criminal court, for forging business licence of their company in Dubai.
The incident dates back to last February, when a report was filed by the victim company, stating that the school bus had been stolen and its GPS shows that it is located at a car showroom in Sharjah.
The case dated back to January 2020 when a bank employee discovered that the identity of a customer was forged and the rest of the documents were invalid.
The law aims to crack down the use of fake degrees and education certificates issued by unlicensed entities for citizens and expats to get jobs in government agencies and private firms or for any other purposes.
The Dubai Criminal Court has sentenced an Asian manager to 6 months of jail time, followed by deportation for forging official documents and promoting counterfeit currency in Dubai.
The Dubai Court of Appeal has upheld the ruling issued by Criminal Court of sentencing an African duo to a year in jail and a Dhs150,000 fine for committing forgery in Dubai.
Official records indicate that an employee of a car rental company had filed a report against the accused and his accomplices, after they had used another individual’s ID and driving licence to rent one of the company’s vehicles.
The defendant took the car for about 3 months and the amount reached to Dhs75,000, while she paid only 45,000 of it and began to stall paying the rest of the money.
A 26-year-old Arab man was apprehended by the Dubai Public Prosecution for forging credentials by impersonating his victim’s identity in Dubai.