A court ruling requires some individuals in the Emirates to pay a fine of one million and 687 thousand dirhams
A Dubai Court recently issued a ruling requiring some individuals in the Emirates to pay a fine of one million and 687 thousand dirhams because of their deceased father who committed a fraud crime before his death.
The Dubai Court obligated some expatriates to pay one million and 687 dirhams because of their father, who died after defrauding another man before his death and seizing one million and 387 thousand dirhams, after he deceived him with a fake deal.
Because of their father, the Dubai Court has ordered a number of expatriates to pay a total of 1,687 million dirhams.
Because of the actions of their deceased father, the Dubai Court ordered a group of expatriates to pay a total of one million and 687 thousand dirhams. Their father had conned another individual out of one million and 387 thousand dirhams just before he passed away, and the court held that the money should be paid back to the original victim.
Obliging the heirs of a man accused of fraud to return 1.3 million dirhams to their father’s victim, in addition to compensation.
In addition to receiving compensation, the heirs of a man who was accused of fraud are obligated to return 1.3 million dirhams to the victim of their father's fraud, The individual who was conned went to the civil court in Dubai in order to compel the heirs of the Asian individual who had conned him before the individual passed away. The court seized from the Asian individual, in addition to another accused party, a total of one million and 387 thousand dirhams. He also claimed compensation in the amount of 500 thousand dirhams for the material and moral damages he incurred, and after examining the case. The court found in favor of the plaintiff, and compelled the second defendant in the fraud crime and the heirs of the first defendant to restore the cash to him, in addition to compensation of 300 thousand dirhams.
Defrauding a man in Dubai and seizing his money
Defrauding a man in Dubai and taking his money, In detail, the plaintiff based his lawsuit on the fact that he opened a criminal report against two people who fraudulently seized one million and 387 thousand dirhams from him, as they claimed that one of them could import cars from another country, and each of them supported the other’s statements in a way that indicated the credibility of the deal, and they issued receipts. He got the amount from him displaying the logo of a company belonging to the second defendant, which is not specialized in importing autos. He noted in his lawsuit that the technique the two defendants employed with him led to deceiving him and forcing him to pay over the amount to them, pointing out that the Public Prosecution sent them to the Penal Court on allegations of seizing the money of others in a manner The court found that they were convicted and a final ruling was issued against them imprisoning the first defendant for a month, fining him 138,700 dirhams, and deporting him from the state, while ruling that the criminal case against the second defendant be ended owing to his death.
Dubai Court ruling against a fraudster and his sons regarding returning the money to its owners
Dubai Court verdict against a fraudster and his sons over repaying the money to its owners, After resolving the criminal case, the plaintiff went to the civil court, demanding that the first defendant in the crime of fraud and the heirs of the deceased defendant pay one million and 387 thousand dirhams and the legal interest at the rate of 5% from the date of filing the lawsuit until full payment, and pay the amount of 500 thousand dirhams, as compensation for the material and moral damages he suffered. And for the wages he lost and the harm he experienced, from the money of the first defendant and the estate of the heirs. For its part, the civil court heard the case, and the plaintiff attended with an agent, agreed on the requests and wrote memorandums clarifying his position, while the defendants did not present, despite being legally informed, and I mourned. The court is an expert in the matter, and the court emphasized in the merits of its verdict that, according to the Civil Transactions Law, no one is permitted to steal another person’s money without a justifiable purpose, and if he takes it, he must restore it. Likewise, the ruling addressing promises or civil liability stipulates that culpability for a damaging act needs the presence of three factors. It is proof that the individual performed the act, whether positive or negative, and proof of injury to the injured party, and the causal relationship between them. It stated that it is evident to the court that the mistake of the first defendant is proven against him, according to the criminal rule in the crime of fraud, and that the mistake of the heirs of the remainder of the defendants (the defendant’s heirs) is proven. Second) It is proven through the investigations of the Public Prosecution and the testimony of witnesses, and then the court directs the defendants to pay one million and 387 thousand dirhams to the plaintiff, in addition to 300 thousand dirhams in compensation for the damages he incurred.