Skip to Content

Registrar’s Direction No 1 of 2015 – Publicly Accessible Register of Claims

Registrar’s Direction No 1 of 2015 – Publicly Accessible Register of Claims

July 13, 2015

image_pdfimage_print

Registrar’s Direction No 1 of 2015 – Publicly Accessible Register of Claims
THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS
REGISTRAR’S DIRECTION NO 1 OF 2015
Publicly Accessible Register of Claims lodged with the DIFC Courts

Citation
This Registrar’s Direction will come into effect on the date of signature. It may be cited as Registrar’s Direction 1 of 2015 – Publicly Accessible Register of Claims lodged with the DIFC Courts and may be abbreviated to RD 1/2015.

Rule 6.7 of the Rules of the DIFC Courts (“RDC”) provides that “the Court shall keep an online publicly accessible register of claims which have been issued.”
The register of claims shall contain: (i) the names of the parties; (ii) the claim amount; (iii) the legal representatives; and (iv) the nature of the claim. It will be made publicly available on the Court’s e-Registry Case Management System (CMS) website portal once a claim has been issued by the Court.
Once an Acknowledgment of Service has been filed by the Defendant, the claim form and particulars of claim will also be made publicly accessible on the Court’s website.
The above provisions should be read in addition to parties’ option to file a Part 23 application, seeking that the case be heard in private and that all related case documents and submissions remain private.

Mark Beer
Registrar of the DIFC Courts
Dated: 13 July 2015

X

Privacy Policy

The Dispute Resolution Authority and all its affiliates are committed to preserve the confidentiality, integrity and availability of client data and personal information.

Dispute Resolution Authority and all its affiliates employees, vendors, contract workers, shall follow Information Security Management System in all the processes and technology.

  1. DRA's Top Management is committed to secure information of all our interested parties.
  2. Information security controls the policies, processes, and measures that are implemented by DRA in order to mitigate risks to an acceptable level, and to maximize opportunities in order to achieve its information security objectives.
  3. DRA and all its affiliates shall adopt a systematic approach to risk assessment and risk treatment.
  4. DRA is committed to provide information security awareness among team members and evaluate the competency of all its employees.
  5. DRA and all its affiliates shall protect personal information held by them in all its form.
  6. DRA and all its affiliates shall comply with all regulatory, legal and contractual requirements.
  7. DRA and all its affiliates shall provide a comprehensive Business Continuity Plan encompassing the locations within the scope of the ISMS.
  8. Information shall be made available to authorised persons as and when required.
  9. DRA’s Top Management is committed towards continual improvement in information security in all our processes through regular review of our information security management system.