The UAE is made up of seven emirates, each of which is governed primarily by the UAE Federal Constitution. Some legislative powers have been devolved to the individual emirates by virtue of provisions in the Constitution.
The UAE has a civil law system and the primary sources of law are the statutory codes enacted by Supreme Council of the Federation. The statutory codes govern civil and commercial relationships across the UAE. Islamic Sharia law is used by local courts when matters are not specifically addressed in the codified law.
Our law firm offers you counselling, if you want to open a business in the UAE, our lawyers can provide various legal services, including legal representation.
Our practice of Civil Law involves a varied and often highly complex set of activities centering on;
Advising clients on more specific civil law issues
Due diligence investigations
Debt Collection services
Breach of contracts
Litigation and dispute settlement
Advise on recent development of Laws by carrying out compliance with Local legislations in UAE.