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DIFC Courts Rules (eBook)

DIFC Courts Rules - Dubai's English language, common law Courts have been growing in popularity as a venue for commercial disputes and to enforce judicial decisions.

Publisher: LNUK
In Stock
ISBN/ISSN: 9781474303552
Publisher: LNUK

Product description

For the first time the DIFC Courts' official rules are produced in Epub format with the official sanction of the DIFC Courts themselves and the Academy of Law, who are book's authors.

In recent years, the DIFC Courts - Dubai's English language, common law Courts have been growing in popularity as a venue for commercial disputes and to enforce judicial decisions. Since 2011, this court has had the remit to hear any civil or commercial case where both parties select the DIFC Courts' jurisdiction in their original contracts or agreements, or post dispute, as well as civil or commercial cases related to the DIFC. This has meant a growing number of parties with no connection to the DIFC are agreeing to submit to its jurisdiction, making easy access to these rules even more essential for law firms and legal practitioners.

All 55 Parts of the DIFC Courts Rules are produced in full and logically split with guide cards between the parts and part indexs to make it far simpler to find and access information relevant to your dispute.

As well as the Court rules for the DIFC's recently established Wills & Probate Registry, this book covers a range of topics including:

- Court Documents
- Starting Proceedings
- Disputing Jurisdiction
- Defence and Reply
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Interim Remedies
- Small Claims and Insolvency proceedings

A 25% discount on the purchase price is available to all registered DIFC Court users. Those wishing to obtain this discount on their purchase should contact

The book is available in the commonly used ePUB format, and can also be used on:
* Personal computers, both PC and Mac - via eReader software programmes
* Smartphones like Apple, iPhone and BlackBerry handheld devices
* Tablets like the Apple iPad digital device
* Dedicated eBook devices like the Amazon Kindle and the SONY Reader

If you own a dedicated eBook device, all you will have to do to start reading is download the eBook file to your computer desktop and then sync it to your eReader device. It can also be read on a computer, smartphone or tablet, although you may first have to download eReader software such as Apple iBooks, Stanza and Adobe Digital Editions software, among others. As well as giving portability, which can be useful when you are out with clients, with this format it is possible to use advanced reading functionality, including the ability to search, highlight and make your own notes on relevant parts of the rules. This can help speed access into relevant parts of the rules making research much quicker. These features depend on the device and eReader software you use, so refer to your device and software documentation for more details on this.