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Case Law Update
Ginny v Graeme Consulting Service
The Claimant made a claim for unpaid salary and was awarded AED 37,500 as salary for the months of April, May and half of June 2016. The Defendant was also ordered to pay the remaining portion of the DIFC Courts’ Fee in the amount of AED 911.51.
The Claimant’s claim for damages for the delay is issuing his visa failed – he claimed 3 months’ salary. The Judgement states that the Claimant was unable to prove his claim and the defence established that the delay was also the fault of the Claimant and there was no proof of the Defendant’s breach of duty.
Legislation and Practice
Ras Al Khaimah has taken a momentous legal step to allow for judgments issued by the DIFC Courts to be directly enforced by Ras Al Khaimah’s courts, provided that written contracts explicitly opt-in to the DIFC jurisdiction.
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