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Apparent Authority when Signing Arbitration Agreements

United Arab Emirates - July 17 2017 It has been noted in a series of cases that when an application to ratify an arbitration award is filed a respondent, hoping to resist enforcement of...

Zafer Sheikh Oghli.

Abu Dhabi Court of Cassation’s Interpretation of Conflicting Contractual Clauses: A Specific Arbitration Clause Overrides a General Clause that Provides for Court Jurisdiction

United Arab Emirates - July 17 2017 It is an established principle that a court of substance has the discretionary power to interpret the clauses of an agreement, provided that such...

Hassan Arab.

An overview of Law No. 21 for 2015 establishing the judicial fees before the Dubai Courts

United Arab Emirates - November 30 2015 The New Law regulates the fees required by the courts of Dubai for legal proceedings presented to the courts and is effective from 1 September 2015....

Hiam Al Muhtadi.

UAE Courts’ interpretation of the jurisdiction of the Commercial Agencies Committee extends to include third parties

United Arab Emirates - September 30 2015 The UAE Federal Law No. 18 of 1981 as amended by Law No. 2 of 2010 (the “Law”) regulates the subject of Commercial Agencies and explicitly confer the...

Zafer Sheikh Oghli.

Amendments to the UAE Civil Procedures Law

United Arab Emirates - January 31 2015 UAE President Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zaid Al Nahyan has issued Federal Law no. 10 of 2014 (the "New Law") which amended several articles of Federal Law no...

Taiba Al Safar.