Published March 1998
by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
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 - These decisions concern questions of jurisdiction, conflict of laws, banking, insurance, maritime law, arbitration and commerce in general and will . The United Arab Emirates is essentially a civil law jurisdiction heavily influenced by French, Roman, Egyptian and Islamic law. is divided into courts of first instance (trial court), courts of appeal and court of cassation (Supreme Court). The UAE Federal Supreme Court, seated in Abu Dhabi, is the highest court in the federal judicial system. Arab and Islamic laws series ; 27 Related item Preceded by (work): Price, Richard, United Arab Emirates Court of Cassation judgments, The Hague ; Boston: Kluwer Law International, © () ISBN (alk. paper) (alk. paper). The Federal Judiciary in the UAE began pursuant to the Federal Law No. 10 of , with the establishment of the Federal Supreme Court. The judgements of the Supreme Court are final and binding upon all. and the Court of Cassation at the local level of the emirates which have independent judicial departments.
The judicial system in United Arab Emirates is based on the British law, civil law system with influences from Islamic, French, Roman and Egyptian laws. Under the Constitution, each Emirate is allowed to either establish its own judiciary or to merge with the federal court system. The UAE federal system includes courts of first instance (trial. This book, as its title indicates, is a collection of summarized decisions rendered by the high- est courts of the United Arab Emirates - the Courts of Cassation - over the last few years. For lawyers engaged in legal practice in the West, the publication of a set of judgments rendered by Western courts would be another work to be added to the innumerable com- . The Judicial system of the United Arab Emirates is based on the Constitution of the United Arab Emirates; this system is dual in nature as it has local and federal courts with a Supreme Court Based at Abu Dhabi.. Unlike Britain and other countries where previous court judgments are regularly used as legal precedents, the UAE does not depend that much on precedents, . We have commented on the potential wide-reaching ramifications of their discussion in previous articles. 16 Recent cases have, thankfully, lessened the likely impact of the Baiti Real Estate case, including a recent case from the Abu Dhabi Court of Cassation. Abu Dhabi Court of Cassation Case No of
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