Monday, 02 August 2021 05:40 GMT

UAE’s first English-language common law court, Emaar Properties sign deal

(MENAFN)A collaboration deal was inked by UAE’s first English-language common law court, and Emaar Properties to encourage its wills service among the real estate giant’s buyers.

The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts’ wills service, found in 2015, permits non-Muslims who are investing in the UAE to pass on their assets and appoint guardians for their children.

According to the court, the deal is going to support greater awareness for Emaar’s clients, “offering both investors and residents additional protection on real estate investments in the UAE.”

Justice Omar Al-Mheiri, deputy chief justice at DIFC Courts stated that “The UAE is home to over eight million expatriates, many of whom have settled in the country and purchased a home for their family. In addition, the UAE has welcomed and enabled many foreign investors to make property investments.”

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