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By Raghad Hammad
New regulations are on the horizon for the UAE's fast-growing insurance market, which accounted for 40 billion AED in premiums and 73.7 billion AED in assets in 2016.
By BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
Did you know that you're actually meant to get time-and-a-half when you work on public holidays? This and more below…
By Nadim Bardawil
Traditionally, health tourism was something states sought to discourage. In 2017, this changed and countries like the United Arab Emirates (‘UAE') are implementing plans to become one of the top ten destinations for heath tourism.
By BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
With the Torch Tower fire this weekend (and a small fire at Tiger Tower today) we find out what a tenants' rights are after a fire hits the building they live in…
By Raghad Hammad
New regulations, including reinsurers, are on the horizon for the UAE's fast-growing insurance market, according to Mr Ibrahim Obaid Al Zaabi, Director General of the UAE Insurance Authority (IA).
By Bertrand Dumon, Edouard Salwan
The question of inheritance in the event of death is the ultimate apprehension of European expatriates residing in the UAE, especially considering the uncertainty and complexity of the rules that governs inheritance matters in the UAE.
By Nasser Al Riyami
As a matter of introduction, the main backbone legislation for determining the duties which are required from directors are the Oman Law No 4/1974.
By Michael Kortbawi
LONDON — Nearly 100 high-rise towers around the U.K. have failed fire safety tests to their exterior cladding conducted after London's deadly apartment block blaze, officials said Tuesday.
By John Peacock
One of the most important points arising from the recent briefings on VAT by the Ministry of Finance is the proposed rules regarding ‘group registrations'.
By John Peacock, Robert Mitchley
As is evident from its skyline, many property units in Dubai are part of a tower development having multiple owners. Villas too are often part of a cluster of real estate units within a development.
By Nadim Bardawil
Sick of the spam text messages that seem to bombard your phone? Here's how they happen, and how to avoid them…
By Cyrille Naffah, John Peacock
Saudi Arabia has been the first GCC state to put its draft VAT law out for consultation. Cyrille Naffah and John Peacock of the Saudi and UAE offices of BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP explain the key provisions.
By Antonios Dimitracopoulos
When Article 257 of FL_TITLE31987Federal Law No. 3/1987 was issued many were worried arbitrators and experts in the UAE would end up behind bars.
By Haitham Al Naabi
Driving instructors who fail to honour contracts with learners could be fined up to OMR2,000 and put behind bars for a year, the Public Prosecution in Oman has warned.
By John Peacock, Robert Mitchley
Although some say it has limited criteria, Dubai's rent index has been welcomed by market players