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1 THE CIVIL CODE Translated from Arabic into English by James Whelan MA (Cantab), Cert. Ed. (London) Resident Manager, Clifford Chance, Sharjah
1 UAE - Civil Code: Suspension and Termination of Construction Contracts by Nicholas Gould, Partner Most standard form contracts provide a contractual code under which the parties can
or the UAE Civil Code, as it is commonly referred to, was published in the December 1985 issue of the UAE Official Gazette, and came into effect on 29th March 1986. The
THE NEW CIVIL CODE OF THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 247 was in direct conflict with the prevailing view of society, particularly in the field of
President of the United Arab Emirates Enacted at the Presidential Palace in Abu Dhabi ... As an exception to the rules of jurisdiction provided for in the Civil Procedure Code, the Court within which jurisdiction lies the place of implementation of the contract, ...
federal laws. e base law of the UAE is the Civil Code. e Civil Code provisions apply where there is no speci c legislation to the contrary and where speci c legislation is silent on a point in issue. e Civil Code
United Arab Emirates european lawyer reference series 363 United Arab Emirates Afridi & Angell Bashir Ahmed & Chatura Randeniya 1. CONTRACTS OF CARRIAGE ... UAE Federal Law No. 5 of 1985, the Civil Transactions Code will apply. Article
410 ARAB LAW QUARTERLY secrets confidential as per the agreement with the employer or by custom, even after termination.2 Furthermore, Article 909 of the UAE Civil Code rules that an agreement of an
The UAE Civil Procedure Code, Federal Law No. (11) of 1992 Chapter Three ARBITRATION . Article (203) 1. The parties to a contract may generally stipulate in the basic contract or by a supplementary
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The United Arab Emirates (the UAE) is a federation of seven emirates comprising Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras ... federal laws, such as the Companies Law or the Civil Code, as well as the laws and decrees enacted by the Ruler of Dubai,
OVERVIEW OF UAE LAWS • UAE Constitution and legal system Federal Constitution Civil law System No Doctrine of Precedent • UAE Civil Code
The UAE Civil Code contains more or less as many provisions as it should without becoming over-intrusive in the way private parties wish to distribute their tasks. What is missing in the local legal scene, admittedly, is a glimpse into
UAE. Under the Civil Procedure Code, in certain circumstances the UAE courts also have jurisdiction over actions against foreigners who have no domicile or place of residence in the UAE.
UAE Federal Law No. 5 of 1985 relating to the law of Civil Transactions (Civil Code). UAE Federal Law No. 18 of 1993 relating to the law of Commercial Transactions (Commercial Code). There are several free zones in the UAE and each free zone has its
9 Duty of Good Faith •Article 246(1) of UAE Civil Code reflects the French and German codes: “The contract must be performed in accordance with its contents, and in a
Construction & Engineering Newsletter April 2011 Contractors’ rights to suspend works and terminate contracts under FIDIC and the UAE Civil Code
In general, inheritance and wills in the UAE are regulated by the UAE Civil Code, Federal Law No.2 of 1987 (the “Code”) and the Personal Affairs Law No.28 of 2005 (the “Law”). Whilst it is not
Article 390 of the Civil Code states that contracting parties may fix in advance the amount of compensation payable under terms of the contract, or in a subsequent
2 The UAE Constitution –Contents Summary The constitution came into being to explain: the main rules of the political and constitutional
the UAE Civil Code. However, interest is permitted under Article 88 of the Commercial Code, which allows for the charging of interest in late payment circumstances and under Article 76 of the Commercial Code which states that a creditor may include interest provisions in a
UAE CIVIL CODE AND MINISTRY OF JUSTICE COMMENTARY – 2010 BY JAMES WHELAN. This book provides you with a clear, concise and reliable understanding of the Civil Code of the UAE and consists of James Whelan’s new translation of the entire UAE Civil Code.
Although the UAE is a civil code jurisdiction, Shariah is embedded in many provisions of law. Article 7 of the UAE Constitution provides that Shariah is “a source” for legislation. Article 2 of the Civil Code
Chapter 25 uniTed ARAB emiRATeS ... of the Civil Code); b liability for the balance of materials (to be borne by the contractor if the employer provides the work materials, as regulated by Article 875(2) of the Civil Code);
Entities formed under the UAE Civil Code are restricted to carrying out “non-commercial” or civil activities — these are activities which involve the promotion of the skills and expertise of the individual(s) conducting the business.
Taking the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as an exam-ple, its civil code, first published in 1985, draws heavily on the civil code of other Arab countries, notably Egypt, which in turn was heavily influenced by the French Civil Code.
See, e.g., Article 249 of the UAE Civil Code, Article 171 of the Qatar Civil Code, and Article 147 of the Egyptian Civil Code. Contracting parties should be aware of the substantial and important differences between the
Civil Companies comma The UAE Civil Code provides for the following forms of entities: the professional services company; the speculative venture partnership and a Shari’a complaint arrangement known as a mudaraba. A ...
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Principles of fairness are enshrined the UAE civil code and are derived from principles developed under Sharia law and which includes a duty of good faith (Huson Alniyah): "the contract must be
As to laws governing insurance contracts, the UAE Civil Code has 29 articles in its insurance section relating to, inter alia, misrepresentation and non-disclosure, together with a specifi c subrogation clause at Article 1030 which sets out that:
Convention must satisfy the requirements of the UAE Civil Code. In practice, enforcing arbitration awards can be a lengthy and unpredictable process. It is common for the UAE courts to require that the foreign award satisfies the rules and procedures of the UAE,
UAE Civil Code Expressly acknowledging Shari’a as a source of law and in many respects adopting principles from Shari’a, the Arab Civil Codes seek to a large degree to achieve fairness
16 Arbitration Agreement – UAE Domestic Law Federal Law No. 11 of 1992, The UAE Civil Procedure Code Article 203(1) The parties to a contract may generally stipulate …that any dispute
services, are governed by the UAE Civil Code comprising 25 articles. While this may seem inadequate for what is effectively the largest construction site in the world, the fact is that the civil
Articles 1026 – 1052 UAE Civil Code 1032: Assured must provide all information/knowledge of what is of concern to the insurer to estimate the risk 1030: Subrogation permissible 1033: Assured must act in good faith 1036: 3 year limitation period from occurrence. 12
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poses of Articles 607-611 of the UAE Civil Transactions Code (the CTC). Such an agree-ment is very similar to a sale agreement, regu-lated under Articles 489-510 of the Civil ... 3/662 United Arab Emirates w .iﬂr1 0com 2012 EDITION. Title: IFLR1000
Damages and contracts in the UAE Written by Habib Al Mulla Friday, 12 March 2010 00:00 - Last Updated Monday, 15 March 2010 13:41 First, the explanatory note of the Civil Code provides that compensation should be for the direct
UAE Civil Code to extend compensation for consequential losses to contractual claims. Whether such awards can be expected to crystallize in Abu Dhabi is yet to be seen. Regarding loss of profit and loss of opportunity, there is the
Article 192 of the UAE Civil Code provides that: 'The right to cancel for misrepresentation and gross unfairness shall lapse on the death of the person having the right to apply for the cancellation or upon a dealing made in the subject
Article 299 of the UAE Civil Code is drafted to reflect these Islamic law principles. In light of various (sometimes divergent) rules as to the amount of diyya paid under traditional Islamic law, the UAE Federal government has fixed the amount of diyya by statute.
Article 267 of the UAE Civil Code states that “If the contract is valid and binding, it shall not be permissible for either of the contracting parties to resile from it, nor to vary or rescind it, save by
the Court of Cassation looked at the scope of public policy under the UAE Civil Code which states: Public order shall be deemed to include matters relating to personal status such as marriage, inheritance, and lineage, and
United ArAb emirAtes ince & Co 212 Getting the deal through – shipping 2010 Code. UAE law is not explicit in setting out the liability that carri-
The Civil Code framework The UAE is governed by a civil law system that relies on codified laws rather than precedent created by past legal decisions, as is the case with common law jurisdictions. The significance of the Islamic Shari'ah
The UAE Civil Code Article 390(2) of the UAE Civil Code addresses the issue of the enforceability of liquidated damages in the UAE. In our translation, the Article provides: • The contracting parties may fix the amount of compensation in advance by making a
UAE Civil Transactions Code While Article 17 (1) states : “Inheritance shall be governed by the law of the deceased at the time of his death.”, however, Article 17 (5) states : “The law of the United Arab Emirates shall
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East civil code jurisdictions, including the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait and Jordan. Decennial liability is a strict liability applied to construction projects whereby the contractor and/or the design consultant will be held liable (in the absence of any evidence of