Dubai Ruler’s Court settles 17-year-old business dispute

Dubai: The Dubai Ruler’s Court has given its final ruling in a 17-year-old case, ordering a business owner to pay his nephew Dh6.8 million for having denied the latter his claim to 25 per cent of profits as a partner in his business. The Expertise and …
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