A court ruling fined a man 33,600 dirhams due to a fake visa in the UAE
A court ruling was recently issued in the United Arab Emirates fining a man 33,600 dirhams for a fake visa. He deceived another person and told him that he could obtain work visas for his relatives in the Emirates so that he could seize his money.
A man was handed a fine of 33,600 dirhams by a court in the UAE because he had a fraudulent visa.
A man who was found to be in possession of a fraudulent visa in the United Arab Emirates was recently fined 33,600 dirhams by a court there. He conned another person by telling him that he could get work visas for his relatives in the Emirates so that he could steal their money. He did this so that he could get his hands on their money.
A man files a complaint with the Emirati judiciary after a fraudster seized his money
After having his money taken by a con artist, a guy files a complaint with the judicial system of the Emirate, A guy claimed that another man had fooled him by telling him that he could secure work visas for his relatives, and then taking from him a quantity of money equivalent to 28,600 dirhams in exchange for the visas. The man who tricked him filed a complaint with the court against the other man. Then it became evident to him that he had fooled him and grabbed his money, and for this reason he asked that he be required to restore it to him in addition to an interest rate of 5%, as well as He demanded financial restitution in the amount of 22,000 dirhams.
The UAE judiciary punishes a fraudster in the case of fake work visas
In the instance of forged work permits, the judicial system in the UAE hands out appropriate punishments to the perpetrator, The court explained in the merits of its ruling that the ruling that was issued in criminal matters has authority in the case whenever it has made a necessary decision on the occurrence of the act that constitutes the common basis between the criminal and civil cases, as well as on the legal description of this act and its attribution to its perpetrator, noting that what is established in the ruling is the criminal conviction of the defendant, and then the ruling has the authority of reversing the civil judgment against the defendant, noting that what is established And 600 dirhams, the court affirmed that according to the provisions of the Civil Transactions Law, "no one is permitted to take another person's money, without a legitimate reason, and if he takes it, he must return it," noting that the defendant did not appear, despite his announcement, to present any defense or defense in the case to the extent Or a subject, and then the court rules obligating him to return this amount to the plaintiff. The plaintiff was awarded the money.
A man was obligated to pay compensation of 5,000 dirhams because he defrauded another in the Emirates
Due to the fact that he had committed fraud against another individual in the Emirates, a man was ordered to make restitution in the amount of 5,000 dirhamsو In reference to the plaintiff's demand for compensation in the amount of 22,000 dirhams, she indicated that the defendant was proven to be at fault, and this resulted in material damages, represented by depriving the plaintiff of benefiting from the seized amount, and the resultant loss of earnings for him, in addition to the moral and moral damages he suffered. The plaintiff had requested compensation in this amount, and she indicated that the defendant was proven to be at fault. The court's decision that the plaintiff's compensation of 5,000 dirhams for all of their material and moral damages was a enough amount to cover the plaintiff's losses was a representation of his feelings of sadness and regret about the situation. The court made a ruling, which required the defendant to pay the plaintiff 33,600 dirhams. The court also required the defendant to pay all fees, charges, and other costs associated with the case.