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What are the legal actions if a wife caught her husband's infidelity?

Infidelity is one of the grounds for divorce and in fact it remains one of the major grounds for filing for divorce. That said, however, much depends on how infidelity can be proven before the courts.

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Set Your Mind To Win!

Have you ever heard someone say, “I could do it if I could just set my mind to it. Have you ever uttered these words, even just to ... You can you know. And me too. I really can achieve what I s

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BIG anniversary! Will History Repeat Itself?

When it comes to your retirement savings you can't be too careful. In this article you'll learn what you need to know to NOT repeat the mistakes of the past and guarantee that you'll never run out of money!

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Optimization and Process Control of Composite Centrifuged Pipes

Copyright © 2016 Raffaella Aversa, Relly Victoria V. Petrescu, Florian Ion T. Petrescu and Antonio Apicella. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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UAE Deportation: What you must do in the process

What must you do if you are deported from UAE? UAE is a pool of legislation which governs every aspect of citizens' life residing in the country, ensuring peace and harmony.

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How to Prosecute the Worst Financial Crime Cases in the UAE?

Financial crimes can be best understood as criminal activities carried out by an individual or group of people or organizations which seek to achieve economic benefits through illegal methods.

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What is the Statement of Jurisdiction for a Civil Suit for Defamation?

The jurisdiction in a case is primarily determined in reference to the place wherein the wrong happened. In the instance of defamation, the jurisdiction would be determined based on the place where the defamation was caused or where the defendant resides or carries on his business or the place where any part of the cause of action arises.

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How is the monetary compensation of a civil defamation case calculated?

Defamation or Libel can occur when someone makes a false statement about you and thus damages your reputation.

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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’s the difference between blackmail and extortion?

In this article, we will examine the primary difference between the crimes of ‘extortion’ and ‘blackmail’.

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What are the Punishments for Physical Assault In Public?

Understanding ‘Assault’: An assault is an ‘act of inflicting physical harm on another person’. Depending on the gravity of the offence and its underlying circumstances, legal recourse to an action in tort, criminal prosecution, as well as civil liability can be adjudged. The United Arab Emirates categorizes ‘assault’ as a violent crime wherein even the threat of an assault can be actionable under the criminal laws. The underlying factors surrounding the offence and the veracity of the damage caused to the other party are taken into consideration.

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What are the punishments for child abduction in the UAE?

Abduction in legal terms refers to ‘taking a person away by means of persuasion, fraud, or force’. It can also be an act of unlawful interference with a family relationship, such as the taking of a child from its parent, irrespective of whether the person abducted consents or not.

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What Actions can be considered as Molestation of Women?

The United Nations declaration on the elimination of violence against women defines violence against women as "any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual, or mental harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or in private life.

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What is the foreign bribery law in the UAE?

What is bribery, and why is it an offence? Bribery refers to the offence of promising, offering or granting, either directly or indirectly, a person to either perform or to omit an act that is included in their duties or constitutes a violation of their duties.

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