Civil litigation law firm in UAE has become the focal point of attraction and strategic importance due to their geographical location. It has also succeeded in attracting many foreign businesses and investments by encouraging free trade. Each individual living in the country, whether he/she is a national or an expatriate or company or establishment has to follow rules entitled to them for smooth functioning of the system that enables them to achieve the best in their endeavour.
Disrespect or violation of any of these rules can be termed as civil wrongdoings. Civil matters relating to disputes or indifferences between individuals or companies in areas such as commercial, property, family, intellectual property, maritime, etc.
We advise all Individuals, Corporates as well as Enterprises to consider the nature of their business and their business requirements. Our legal services range from reviewing Commercial Agreements to drafting and negotiating complex commercial arrangements as well as representing clients before all judicial and government departments throughout UAE and abroad through international affiliations.
We represent our clients in all types of civil law cases that include, but are not limited to:
- Contractual disputes
- Compensation cases
- Mortgage cases
- Obligation and personal rights in contracts
- Property cases
- Real Estate cases
- Insurance Claims
FAQ about Civil Litigation Law Firms in UAE | civil litigation lawyer
How can I find a civil case in UAE?
To check your civil cases in Dubai:
- SPS stands for Smart Police Stations (Stations Map)
- The Dubai Police App.
- Visit Dubai Police Official Website dubaipolice.gov.ae.
Is UAE civil or common law?
The UAE maintains a dual legal system of civil and Sharia laws, which has lately been expanded to incorporate common law as practised in Dubai International Financial Centre Courts (DIFC). The UAE’s legal concepts are based mostly on Islamic Sharia (the system of law)
What is civil law UAE?
In the UAE, civil law governs the daily lives of individuals, businesses, and enterprises. All civil and commercial disputes in the UAE are governed by the UAE Civil Code, whether they are between private individuals or businesses.