Al Ain Court obliges a man to pay 330,000 dirhams to a woman in the Emirates
The Al Ain Court issued a judicial ruling requiring a man to pay 330,000 dirhams to a woman in the United Arab Emirates after he stole some valuable items from her home.
Within the United Arab Emirates, the Al Ain Court has ordered a man to pay a woman 330,000 dirhams.
After stealing several costly things from a woman's home in the United Arab Emirates, an Al Ain Court judge ruled that the guy responsible for the theft must make restitution to the woman in the amount of 330,000 dirhams.
An accused person is required to return 300,000 dirhams for stealing safes and jewelry
In exchange for the restitution of 300 000 dirhams, the accused person is forced to return stolen jewels and safes, The man was required to return 300,000 dirhams and fined another 30,000 by the Al Ain Court of First Instance to a woman who was surprised to learn that he had stolen three safes in her house that contained 230,000 dirhams in cash in addition to jewelry worth 70,000 dirhams, title deeds, and government papers. The woman was surprised to learn that the man had stolen all of these items.
A woman in the Emirates is subjected to the theft of her safes from home
The safes belonging to a woman living in the Emirates are taken from her house while she is away, In the lawsuit that a woman brought against a man, she stated that she wanted him to be required to pay her the value of the items that were stolen, which amounted to 300,000 dirhams, as well as 100,000 in compensation for the damages that were incurred by the plaintiff, as well as legal interest at the rate of 9% from the date that the judicial claim was filed, in addition to obligating him to pay fees and expenses, as well as fees for conciliation and reconciliation, as well as attorney fees. The verdict included an immediate execution without the possibility of bail. The plaintiff stated in support of her claim that she was astonished by the theft of three safes that contained 230,000 dirhams in cash, jewelry worth 70,000 dirhams, title deeds, and government papers. The safes were located in the plaintiff's residence. Because of this, she decided to submit a report with the police, and as a consequence, the investigations led to the suspect being detained and taken before a judge. In the interest of doing what is right, a decision was made in the case that found him guilty of the accusation of stealing jewels and sums of money that belonged to the plaintiff. The verdict was upheld on appeal, and as a result, it is now considered final and cannot be overturned.
Al Ain Court punishes a man who stole a woman’s safes from her home in the Emirates
A man who stole safes from a woman's home in the Emirates was found guilty and sentenced by the Al Ain Court, The court stated that what was proven from the papers was the defendant's conviction for the charge of stealing sums of cash and jewelry from the plaintiff's safes in her residence, and nothing was provided to refute or contradict this evidence, especially considering that the defendant appeared in court but did not file the case with any plea or defense, or provide evidence of the return of the stolen items. In addition, nothing was provided to refute or contradict this evidence, especially considering that the defendant did not provide evidence of the return of the stolen items. Either that, or return their worth to the plaintiff, which in this instance must be the plaintiff's response to her request and the order obligating the defendant to pay to the plaintiff the value of the stolen objects indicated in the ruling, which amounts to 300 thousand dirhams. Regarding the request for compensation, the court declared that it is established that it is demonstrated that the defendant made a mistake, and he was found to be at fault. In addition to the losses she incurred and the amounts she spent to recover her money and jewelry, the plaintiff suffers damage in the form of the earnings she lost and the loss she suffered as a result of not benefiting from the aforementioned amount. These losses come on top of the losses she incurred and the amounts she spent to recover her belongings. As a result, the court has determined that the amount of compensation that should be owed to the plaintiff is thirty thousand dirhams, and it believes that this sum is sufficient to compensate the plaintiff. All of the damages that the plaintiff has incurred.