A young man demands that a girl pay 200 thousand dirhams in an Abu Dhabi court
A young man filed a lawsuit in Abu Dhabi court to demand that a girl pay 200 thousand dirhams plus interest, as he had previously deposited the money in her bank account and she had not paid the money.
A girl was the subject of a lawsuit that was brought before a court in Abu Dhabi, which demanded that she pay 200,000 dirhams in addition to interest.
Because he had previously deposited the money in the girl's bank account and she had not paid the money, a young man filed a case in an Abu Dhabi court to demand that the girl pay him 200,000 dirhams plus interest. He did this because the girl had not paid the money.
A young man asked a girl for 200 thousand dirhams, which he transferred to her bank account
Due to the fact that the plaintiff's allegations had already been received, the Abu Dhabi Family, Civil, and Administrative Claims Court decided to dismiss the case brought by a young man who accused a girl of borrowing 200,000 dirhams and refusing to pay back the money she had borrowed. A young man filed a complaint against a young lady, in which he sought that she be obligated to pay two hundred thousand dirhams and compensation of twenty thousand dirhams. The specifics of the case are described below. Along with the fees and other costs, the legal interest is set at 12% from the date payment was due until the balance is paid in full. He brought up the fact that he had given the defendant the amount of the claim as a debt through a bank transfer, and that when he sought payment, the defendant put off making it. The scanned copies of a bank statement and bank transfer receipts that he submitted served as supporting evidence for his assertion. While the defendant was submitting a reply memorandum, she demanded that the lawsuit be dismissed in the document that she provided.
A young man’s lawsuit demanding that a girl pay him 200,000 dirhams was rejected
The lawsuit that a young guy filed against a female requesting that she pay him 200,000 dirhams was dismissed, The court, for its part, explained in the merits of its ruling that, according to the provisions of the Evidence Law, "the plaintiff must prove his right and the defendant has the right to deny it," noting that the plaintiff did not provide anything to support his claim and his statements were sent in this regard, and the bank's account statement was proving the fact of the transfer of funds and no other facts, and that the plaintiff did not provide anything to support his claim and his statements were sent in this regard, and that the plaintiff He explains the reason, and the plaintiff was responsible for proving his claim and providing evidence for what he claims, and he did not request any method of proof, and so he based his claim on transmitted statements that had no real evidence, and the court ruled to reject the case as it stands, and imposed fees and expenses on the plaintiff. He explains the reason, and the plaintiff was responsible for proving his claim and providing evidence for what he claims, and he did not request any method of proof.