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International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 15 (2008) 81–115 www.brill.nl/ijgr Enforcing Migrant Workers’ Rights in the United Arab Emirates David Keane Lecturer in law at Brunel University, West London Nicholas McGeehan * Director of Mafi wasta , an organisation dedicated to migrant

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

Law of Guarantees in the United Arab Emirates * Suhaimi Ab Rahman Senior lecturer in business law, Faculty of Economics and Management, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia Abstract During the past four decades, the world has awakened with the reassertion of Islamic law in the Muslim

In: Arab Law Quarterly
United Arab Emirates Court of Cassation Judgments provides, for the first time in any language, summaries of key decisions of the Courts of Cassation (Supreme Courts) of Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates from 1989 to 1997.
These decisions concern questions of jurisdiction, conflict of laws, banking, insurance, maritime law, arbitration and commerce in general and will be of major relevance and interest to all entities (and their legal advisors) doing business in and with the United Arab Emirates. The essence of each decision is first set out in a few lines and then explained in more detail, though still in a summarized format that is readily assimilable by the businessman as well as the lawyer. The book does much to reveal the workings, attitudes and jurisprudence of the United Arab Emirates Courts, an area often of mystery to businessmen.
United Arab Emirates Court of Cassation Judgments provides, for the first time in any language, summaries of key decisions of the Courts of Cassation (Supreme Courts) of Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates from 1998 - 2003.
These decisions concern questions of jurisdiction, conflict of laws, banking, insurance, maritime law, arbitration and commerce in general and will be of major relevance and interest to all entities (and their legal advisors) doing business in and with the United Arab Emirates. The essence of each decision is first set out in a few lines and then explained in more detail, though still in a summarized format that is readily assimilable by the businessman as well as the lawyer. The book does much to reveal the workings, attitudes and jurisprudence of the United Arab Emirates Courts, an area often of mystery to businessmen.
Editors: Anthony Axon and Susan Hewitt
The second volume in a new series, the Contemporary Archive of the Islamic World (CAIW), this title draws on the resources of World of Information, a Cambridge-based British publisher that since 1975 has published analyses of the politics and economics of all the Middle East countries.

The United Arab Emirates is a young country. This title covers the first four decades or so of the country’s existence looking at the individual emirates, their rulers and their tribes. Rivalries occasionally became conflicts, but year by year differences have diminished and unity prevailed. In this title each annual overview gives a comprehensive picture.
A detailed guide to litigation and arbitration in the United Arab Emirates based on Federal laws, laws specific to the individual Emirates, judgments delivered by the Court of Cassation and International Conventions
Author: Essam Al Tamimi
The Practical Guide to Litigation and Arbitration in the United Arab Emirates is a detailed guide to litigation and arbitration in the UAE. The book is written with reference to the Federal Civil Procedure Law, other relevant Federal Laws and laws specific to the individual Emirates supported by latest judgments delivered by the Courts of Cassation in the UAE. Essam Al Tamimi has also highlighted practical issues drawn from sixteen years of practice in the courts of the UAE. There is also a useful chapter on Arbitration, again based upon Essam's extensive experience in dispute resolution in the UAE. The Practical Guide to Litigation and Arbitration in the United Arab Emirates is the only English text of its kind and is intended for use by practitioners and scholars alike.

1 Introduction This article examines the effect of gender on attitudes toward women in the United Arab Emirates ( uae ). Mainly, to what extent do Emirate men and Emirate women differ in their attitudes toward women and their roles in society? When examining attitudes toward women in the uae

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology

Civil Code, sections 71–94. Translated in Business laws of the United Arab Emirates and Business laws of the Middle East: United Arab Emirates. Civil Code, sections 1,219–1,256. Translated in Business laws of the Middle East: United Arab Emirates. Civil Code, sections 1,257–1,261. Keywords: child

In: Foreign Law Guide

Civil Code, sections 1,012–1,021 (betting and gambling). Translated in Business laws of the Middle East: United Arab Emirates.  

In: Foreign Law Guide

Law 5 of 15 Dec 1985 in Gazette Dec 1985 in effect 29 Mar 1986. Published as The civil code of the United Arab Emirates: the law of civil transactions of the state of the United Arab Emirates. Translated, as amended by Law 1 of 1987, by J. Whelan and M.J. Hall, London, Graham and Trotman [1987