Abu Dhabi sets up court for non-Muslims
As published in Gulf New
Mansour Bin Zayed issues resolution establishing Personal Status and Inheritance Court for non-Muslims in Abu Dhabi
ABU DHABI: A Personal Status and Inheritance Court has been set up for non-Muslims in Abu Dhabi to ensure prompt justice and strengthen the culture of tolerance.
A resolution to this effect has been issued by Shaikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Judicial Department.
The move is in line with the strategic goals of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department to enhance the effectiveness and sustainability of the judicial procedures and ensure access to services for all segments of the society.
Chancellor Yousuf Saeed Al Ibry, Under-Secretary of the Department, said an integrated action at all social, educational and institutional levels is required to spread the culture of tolerance in the judicial domain.
UAE-Qatar ties: Reopening of borders to benefit UAE and GCC economies
As published in Gulf News By Babu Das Augustine, Business Editor UAE, especially Dubai, and Saudi Arabia to gain from …
Covid-19 vaccine: UAE, Israel top 2 countries in giving coronavirus jabs
As published in Khaleej Times Web Report/Abu Dhabi Both countries have been highly successful in rolling out their vaccination drives. …
Dubai issues new law on unfinished and cancelled building projects
As published in The National By Michael Falny A special tribunal will oversee the liquidation of unfinished and cancelled schemes, …