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Concept and Significant Conditions of Extradition

Due to the international crimes and high speed of transport that allows criminals to leave the countries where the crime was committed to other countries in order to avoid litigation and punishment, it was necessary to resort to international judicial cooperation to combat crime and protect the society from crimes, punish and track criminals wherever they go so as not to escape Hence, the idea of ​​finding judicial legislation that provides for the extradition of the criminals arises. This means that the state relinquishes any person on its territory to another country where s/he is being prosecuted or sentenced, at … Continue reading Concept and Significant Conditions of Extradition

Medical Liability Pursuant to the Provisions of the Federal Decree Law No. (4) of 2016

Last updated on May 10th, 2019 at 01:42 pmConcept of Medical Error It is lawfully established that every person is liable for his/her acts. The physician’s liability towards his/her patient is a personal liability and constitutes a form of civil liability that requires existence of error and damage and the causality. The burden lies on the claimant to prove occurrence of damage and to provide evidence affirming that the three elements materialize. Determination of Medical Error The error in general … is the person’s deviation from the natural behavior required by law, while such person realizes the consequences of this … Continue reading Medical Liability Pursuant to the Provisions of the Federal Decree Law No. (4) of 2016

Physician’s Forbidden Acts under the Federal Decree Law No. (4) of 2016

Law prevents the physician from doing (10) forbidden acts some of which were not originally set forth in the old law, e.g. Rooming patients in places not prepared for this purpose, conducting sex change or performing unnecessary medical or surgical operations without the consent of the patient, while other forbidden acts were mentioned in the old law and some modifications and additions were made thereto. For facilitation, we will put two lines under each new forbidden act stipulated in the Decree-Law No. (4) of 2016, and one line under each amendment and addition, so that the reader can easily distinguish … Continue reading Physician’s Forbidden Acts under the Federal Decree Law No. (4) of 2016

Duties of Physician under the Federal Decree Law No. (4) of 2016

Last updated on September 16th, 2019 at 03:48 pm1. Comply with the rules, regulations, and procedures of practicing the Profession, as per his grade and specialization. 2. Record the patient’s health condition and the medical and family history, prior to diagnosing or treating the case. 3. Prescribe treatment and determine the quantity and usage in legible writing including the name, signature, and date on the prescription; and advise the patient or his family, as the case may be, of the importance of adhering to the method determined for medication. 4. Inform the patient of the nature and degree of seriousness … Continue reading Duties of Physician under the Federal Decree Law No. (4) of 2016

The Nullity of the Arbitral Clause and the Arbitration Award For the Lack of Capacity on the Part of the Signatory to the Arbitral Clause

Last updated on December 24th, 2019 at 09:37 amUpon drafting a sale and purchase contract for the purchaser of the residential unit in one of its projects, one of the pioneering real estate development companies in Dubai whose legal form is a limed liability company intended to verbally authorize its sale officer to sign a sale and purchase contract under its letterheads including the guaranteed conditions and obligations undertaken by the parties to the contract – both the seller and the purchaser –inter alia the clause which provides for the resort to institutional arbitration in lieu of the normal litigation. … Continue reading The Nullity of the Arbitral Clause and the Arbitration Award For the Lack of Capacity on the Part of the Signatory to the Arbitral Clause