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United Arab Emirates
By James Berry & Associates
Annual Leave is a basic right of every employee protected by the UAE Labour Law. Full-time employees working in the UAE are entitled to leave and holidays as per laws in the country, which broadly include ...
By James Berry & Associates
When deciding the appropriate jurisdiction to divorce in, an influencing factor may be the potential outcomes following a divorce in either UAE or UK.
By Hannah Farooq
The two laws that regulate the landlord and tenant relationship in both residential and commercial properties in the Dubai are:
By James Berry & Associates
The answer depends on where you got married : Any marriage that takes place in the UAE must be registered at the relevant UAE Court.
By James Berry & Associates
It allows long-term stay in the country to investors, real estate investors, entrepreneurs, talented people like doctors, researchers, innovators and outstanding students.
By Dee Popat
In March this year, the Home Office confirmed the end of the Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa route.
By Tasleem Sayani
Summer in the UAE is traditionally a quiet part of the year when many families head home to spend the time in cooler climes.
By Hannah Farooq, Nichola Reece-Burton
When considering the advantages of placing an arbitration clause into contracts as the preferred and agreed method of dispute resolution in UAE, some of the considerations are as follows:
By Dee Popat
A Post-Nuptial Agreement is entered into during the marriage. Like a Prenuptial Agreement, it sets out the couple's agreement in relation to finances and other matters, should the relationship break down in the future.
By James Berry, Deepa Suresh
A Limited Liability Company ("LLC") is the most common type of corporate structure that is used in the UAE by investors who intend to carry on business in the mainland.
By Deepa Suresh
Setting up a business in a free zone in Dubai will soon become much easier and easy on the pocket!
Ex-patriate residents of Qatar are no longer eligible for UAE visit visas for GCC residents and are banned from international flights passing through the UAE.
By Dee Popat
Then when you come to the UAE, you will need to have the certificate attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for it to be recognised here.