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Title: How to find a best lawyer in dubai ?

How to find the best lawyer in
Dubai? Presenter Alqada claim recovery services
Content Synopsis
Where to start your search for a lawyer? What
questions to ask Landlord and tenant disputes
Cant afford a lawyer? Someone facing a criminal
sentence Why Alqada?
The court's system in Dubai can be bewildering
for expats not least because the proceedings
are in Arabic. Dubai has efficient and effective
courts, but navigating the system is complicated
if you can't speak Arabic and have little or no
understanding of local law.
Dubai is working based on these three levels of
federal rules that apply through the UAE, local
laws that apply only to Dubai, Islamic or
Shariah Law.
Non-Muslims are expected to obey Shariah Law
Both the state Dubai Courts service and the
Ministry of Justice have searchable databases of
lawyers. Just like the other country, lawyers in
Dubai have their specialties, so finding a
lawyer with the abilities and knowledge to match
your case is very important.
The British Foreign Commonwealth Office has a
list of English-speaking Dubai lawyers with
complete details of their skills and areas of
Where to start your search for a lawyer?
The easiest way to find the best lawyer for your
requirements is to go looking through an expert
listing website.
What questions to ask
Once you have a list of possible lawyers, ask
each a short checklist of similar questions
such as What is their availability? What
experience do they need in your type of case?
What are the likely costs? Do they speak English
and Arabic? What are their qualifications? Ask
for a quick appointment to fulfil the lawyer and
to debate your case. In most cases, this will be
free and last about 30 minutes.
This gives you a chance to take a seat down and
chat together with your prospective lawyer. The
meeting will give both sides a feel of how they
might work together. You can also learn a lot
from a couple of lawyers from their offices and
how they interact with other staff.
Landlord and tenant disputes
For landlords and tenants who cannot settle a
dispute, Dubai Land Department runs a Rent
Disputes Settlement Centre. The most common
complaint is about landlords raising rents,
although landlords also can sue tenants for
non-payment of rent and damage to property. The
service has a fee looking at the annual property
rent and some fixed court admin charges.
Dubai has no criminal legal aid, but some
defendants qualify for a court- appointed lawyer
if they are not able to afford to appoint a
afford a
Someone facing a criminal sentence
Someone who is not able to afford a lawyer
facing a criminal sentence of between three and
15 years. The Community Development Authority
will provide a lawyer for anyone accused of a
criminal offense if they cannot afford to pay
for representation. Parties on low incomes can
find pro bono help from Dubai International
Financial Centre for civil or commercial
disputes involving companies within the
zone. Dubai Police have an online legal helpline
in English and Arabic but replies can take up
to five days.
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