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Perjury in UAE: Can a defendant get away by using double negative?

Perjury can be defined as an intentional act of lying, withholding the truth, administering false testimony, swearing or any act done with the intent of deception or misleading the legal system or process.

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What Should You Know About Deportation Law of UAE?

The United Arab Emirates is a hub of ever-growing businesses, which leads it to be the most important sight, not only as a tourist attraction but also as an economical center, attracting expatriates for the purpose of employment and other investor opportunities.

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Can minors be sued for defamation?

Defamation is a criminal offence pursuant to UAE laws. In addition, an aggrieved person may also institute a civil case for claiming damages on account of defamation.

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California Public Records Service Provider

Public records search online is meant to experience a faster process in acquiring public records. They can be asked with proper legal consent.

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Why do you need a Motorcycle Accident Attorney?

Motorcycle Accident attorneys help victims of a motorcycle accident in pursuing compensation. Know every detail about Motorcycle Accident Attorneys in this article.

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How to Deal with Signature Forgery?

Forgery can be defined as the act of forging a copy or imitation of a document, signature, banknote, or work of art etc. To prove forgery, the burden of proof is always on the claimant, and the respondent may deny the charges. However, if the charges are proven to be true, then the individual may face charges for misrepresentation and fraud.

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What conditions should be met for the employer to file an absconding case?

What is absconding: The term ‘absconding’ means to leave ‘hurriedly and secretly, typically to escape from custody or avoid arrest’.

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IS IT LEGAL TO RECORD SOMEONE WITHOUT THEIR CONSENT IN INDIA?

Now just because someone is in a public place, you cannot take a picture or a video and do whatever you want with that picture. People have the right not to be identified. You cannot disclose any private information about that person just because he/she was out in public doing something. (Eg: Making commercial news of a person)

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Your guide to terminate limited and unlimited contracts

Pursuant to the Federal Law No. 8 of 1980 on the regulations of labour relations and its amendments (“UAE labour law”) the employment contracts can be of two kinds ‘limited term contract’ and ‘unlimited term contracts’.

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What are the recent developments of Anti Money Laundering in the UAE?

The UAE continuously tightens its rules and regulations concerning anti-money laundering (AML) and Counter-Terrorism Financing (CTF). It is constantly committed to its goal and vision to establish itself as the global centre for international businesses and commits to the highest standards possible in all streams.

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Avoid labour and visa fraud when applying for a job in the UAE

UAE offers lucrative job offers, and ex-pats are highly enthusiastic about building a career and life in the UAE. The UAE’s ex-pat population constitutes almost ninety per cent of its total population, and ex-pats find that UAE offers them a peaceful and tax-free environment.

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Class C Misdemeanor in Texas Examples You Didn’t Know About!

Crimes under misdemeanor have three levels. Class C misdemeanor is the lowest of them all but still can affect your life negatively. learn how with Class C Misdemeanor examples in Texas.?

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What will be the punishment for fake claims in court?

Submitting fake claims in the UAE can be subject to the provisions of the ‘false accusations’ under the UAE Penal Code.

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Can a cheque bounce after it has been cleared?

A returned cheque can invite both civil and criminal liabilities on an individual pursuant to the UAE laws.

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How to check your child’s credit report and prevent identity theft?

The banks in the UAE allow a supplementary card to be provided to family members who are above twelve years old. Thus, a minor child may obtain a credit card, usually on another family member’s account. Children in the age group of 12 and above constitute an ideal age range to introduce them to financial responsibility in a controlled manner. Parents can teach them the crucial lessons concerning the physical safety of the cards, password protections and ensuring timely payment to avoid interest accumulation.

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