A judicial ruling from an Abu Dhabi court requires a man to pay 750 thousand dirhams to a girl
A court ruling was recently issued by an Abu Dhabi court requiring a young man to pay 750,000 dirhams to a girl, as he had borrowed 700,000 dirhams from her 13 years ago and had not repaid the money to her.
A verdict handed out by a court in Abu Dhabi stipulates that a young man must pay a sum equal to 750 thousand dirhams to a woman.
A court in Abu Dhabi has just recently handed down a verdict that requires a young man to reimburse a young woman 750,000 dirhams. The reasoning behind the ruling is that the young guy borrowed 700,000 dirhams from the young woman 13 years ago and has not repaid the money.
Abu Dhabi court obliges a young man to pay 750 thousand dirhams to a girl
A court in Abu Dhabi has ordered a young man to pay a girl 750 thousand dirhams in compensation, The Abu Dhabi Court for Family, Civil and Administrative Claims came to the conclusion that a man owed a woman a total of 700 thousand dirhams, which he had borrowed from the woman but had not repaid on time. The court also ordered the man to pay the woman an additional amount of 50,000 dirhams as compensation for the material and moral harm she had endured as a result of the man's actions.
A girl in the Emirates lends a young man 700 thousand dirhams and demands repayment after 13 years
A young man in the Emirates asks a local woman for a loan of 700 thousand dirhams, which she expects to be repaid in 13 years, In the specifics of the case, a young woman filed a lawsuit against a young man, demanding that he be obligated to pay her the amount of 700 thousand dirhams and the legal interest at the rate of 12% from the date of filing the lawsuit until full payment and compensation in the amount of 100 thousand dirhams, as well as obligating him to pay fees and expenses and for legal fees, noting that the defendant borrowed from the plaintiff an amount of 700 thousand dirhams, for example, in two installment A public notary and a declaration in the form of a statutory affidavit that is attributed to the defendant.
The trial of a young man who borrowed 700 thousand dirhams from a girl in the Emirates and did not repay
The case of a young man who, in the Emirates, borrowed 700 thousand dirhams from a female and did not repay the debt is currently being heard, The court explained in the merits of its ruling that, according to what is stipulated in the Evidence Law, the official document is considered evidence against all of the matters recorded in it that were carried out by its editor within the limits of his mission or occurred by the concerned parties in his presence, unless it is proven that it was forged by the legally prescribed methods, noting that what is established is the acknowledgment of the notarized debt. The court also stated that what is established is the acknowledgment of the notarized debt. The defendant received an amount of 100,000 dirhams from the plaintiff as a debt in front of the notary public, and it is also proven from the declaration attributed to the defendant that he received an amount of 600,000 dirhams from the plaintiff as a trust. However, the defendant did not appear in front of the court to provide evidence that he took the initiative to pay the amount, which resulted in his debt to the plaintiff increasing to a total of 700,000 dirhams. Regarding the claim for compensation in the amount of 100,000 dirhams for material losses, the court indicated that it had proven that the defendant had failed to implement his obligation to fulfill the value of the loan, which provided for the error that demanded culpability in the amount of the claim. The court also stated that it had proven that it had proven that the defendant had failed to implement his obligation to complete the value of the loan. She suffered damage in the form of missed wages and the loss that she incurred as a result of not benefiting from the amount as a result of the plaintiff seizing her money that was held by the defendant. This was as a result of the plaintiff seizing her money that was held by the defendant. The court made the decision to order the defendant to pay the plaintiff a total of 700 thousand dirhams as well as compensation in the amount of 50,000 dirhams. In addition, the court ordered the defendant to pay the plaintiff's attorney fees and other associated costs.