Abu Dhabi Court obligates a father to pay 55,783 dirhams to the school
The Abu Dhabi Court issued a court ruling requiring a father to pay 55,783 dirhams to the school after the school filed a lawsuit against him for refraining from paying school fees.
One of the fathers is required to pay the school 55,783 dirhams, as ordered by the Abu Dhabi Court.
After the school filed a lawsuit against the father for failing to pay school fees, the Abu Dhabi Court issued a verdict that required the father to pay the school 55,783 dirhams. The school had demanded that the father pay the payments.
An Abu Dhabi court punishes a father who refused to pay his daughter’s tuition fees
A court in Abu Dhabi has handed down a punishment to a father who has refused to pay the tuition fees for his daughter, The Abu Dhabi Family, Civil and Administrative Claims Court issued a ruling that compelled a guardian to pay a sum of 55,783 dirhams to a private school in Abu Dhabi. The guardian had submitted a request to enroll his daughter in the school, and she had been enrolled there for two academic years. However, the guardian refused to pay his daughter's tuition fees without providing any justification or reason. to complete a project in spite of the school's persistent requests that fees be paid.
A school sues a guardian for refraining from paying his daughter’s tuition fees
The school files a lawsuit against a guardian since the guardian has not paid the tuition fees for his daughter, In detail, the plaintiff school filed a lawsuit against the guardian of the “defendant” student, at the end of which it requested that he be obligated to pay 55 thousand and 783 dirhams, and the legal interest at 5% from the date of filing the lawsuit until full payment, as well as obligating him to pay fees and expenses and for attorney’s fees, and that On the basis of the statement that the plaintiff, a private school in Abu Dhabi, works to provide educational services to enrolled students, support them in education and provide them with a sound upbringing, and is licensed to carry out its work in the UAE, and that the defendant has submitted a request to enroll his daughter, who joined the plaintiff school and was enrolled in it for two years. The fact that he did not pay the tuition fees for his daughter in the amount that was demanded by two students are also mentioned. The plaintiff made numerous requests to the defendant to pay the fees; nevertheless, the defendant refused to do so without providing any justification or a valid cause.
Abu Dhabi Court ruling in the case of a father’s refusal to pay school fees
A decision made by the Abu Dhabi Court about the refusal of a father to send his child to school, After the defendant submitted a request to enroll his daughter, who had enrolled in the plaintiff's school and was enrolled in it for two academic years, the court explained that the plaintiff had filed her lawsuit requesting a ruling to compel the defendant to pay 55,783 dirhams. The defendant had also failed to pay his daughter's tuition fees, and the defendant had also failed to pay his daughter's tuition fees. In front of the case preparation office, he made a declaration that was unequivocal and unequivocal that his obligation was owing to the plaintiff for the amount that was claimed, and when the defendant made that declaration, he was sane, an adult, voluntarily, and he was not under interdiction. In light of the information presented above, that declaration has completed all of the requirements necessary for its legality, and as a result, it is evidence against him. In light of this, the court is obligated to order the defendant to pay the plaintiff the amount that was requested.