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Protocols and Memoranda

Memorandum of Guidance – Enforcement between DIFC Courts and the Supreme Court of Singapore

January 21, 2015

MoG with Singapore Introduction 1. The purpose of this memorandum is to set out the parties’ understanding of the procedures for the enforcement of each party’s money judgments in the other party’s courts. This memorandum is concerned only with judgments requiring a person to pay a sum of money to another person. 2. This memorandum  Continue Reading »

Memorandum of Understanding between the Supreme Court of Singapore & DIFC Courts on References of Questions of Law

January 20, 2015

MoU with Singapore The Supreme Court of Singapore and the Dubai International Financial Centre (“DIFC”) Courts (hereafter referred to individually as “the Party” or “each Party” and collectively as “the Parties”): RECOGNISING the relationship between the Parties as an important element in promoting and facilitating legal co-operation; CONVINCED OF the value of close co-operation for mutual benefit  Continue Reading »

Memorandum of Guidance between the Dubai International Financial Centre Courts and The High Court of Kenya, Commercial & Admiralty Division

November 27, 2014

MoG between the DIFC Courts and High Court of Kenya Introduction 1. The purpose of this memorandum is to set out the parties’ understanding of the procedures for the enforcement of each party’s money judgments in the other party’s courts. This memorandum is concerned only with judgments requiring a person to pay a sum of money  Continue Reading »

Memorandum of Guidance Between The Federal Court of Australia and DIFC Courts

March 28, 2014

MEMORANDUM OF GUIDANCE BETWEEN THE FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA and THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS Dated 28 March 2014 1 Introduction The purpose of this memorandum is to set out the participants’ understanding of the procedures for the enforcement of each participant’s money judgments in the other participant’s courts. This memorandum is concerned only  Continue Reading »

Memorandum of Understanding between Supreme Court of New South Wales and DIFC Courts

September 9, 2013

Introduction 1. The purpose of this memorandum is to set out the parties’ understanding of the procedures for the enforcement of each party’s money judgments in the other party’s courts. This memorandum is concerned only with judgments requiring a person to pay a sum of money to another person. 2. This memorandum has no binding  Continue Reading »

Memorandum of Guidance as to Enforcement between the DIFC Courts and the Commercial Court, Queen’s Bench Division, England and Wales

January 23, 2013

MoG with Judiciary of England and Wales Introduction 1.    The purpose of this memorandum is to set out the parties’ understanding of the procedures for the enforcement of each party’s money judgments in the other party’s courts. This memorandum is concerned only with judgments requiring a person to pay a sum of money to another  Continue Reading »

Memorandum of Understanding Between Ras Al Khaimah Courts and DIFC Courts

December 26, 2010

View PDF Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) Between Ras Al Khaimah Courts and DIFC Courts INTRODUCTION : A. The Ras Al Khaimah Courts were established under Emiri decrees numbered 7/71, 9/71, 14/71, 3/72 and then reorganised by law issued in 2002 which included the Public Prosecution and the Court of Appeal and the Court of First  Continue Reading »

Memorandum of Understanding Between Ministry of Justice And DIFC Courts

August 26, 2010

View PDF Proposes and Principles A.The Ministry of Justice and DIFC Courts share many strategic objectives, including strengthening the community’s confidence in the judicial system; clarifying and developing judicial legislation within their respective jurisdictions; providing accessible and superlative service to litigants and court users, strengthening judicial cooperation at local, federal, regional and international levels; promoting  Continue Reading »

Memorandum of Understanding Between Ministry of Justice – The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan And DIFC Courts

May 18, 2010

View PDF Memorandum Of Understanding Between Ministry of Justice and The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan And DIFC Courts   Purposes and Principles 1.The Ministry of Justice and DIFC Courts share many strategic objectives, including strengthening the community’s confidence in the judicial system; clarifying and developing judicial legislation within their respective jurisdictions; providing accessible and superlative  Continue Reading »

Protocol of Jurisdiction between DIFC Courts and Dubai Courts

December 7, 2009

View PDF  PROTOCOL of JURISDICTION Between DUBAI COURTS And DIFC COURTS 1- Introduction. Jurisdiction is an important element of the judicial process. It is an important requirement that the Courts identify their jurisdiction to hear and determine cases, so that parties know the correct court to which their cases should be submitted. This avoids setting aside judgments for reasons of jurisdiction, loss of time, resources  Continue Reading »

Summary of The Protocol of Enforcement between Dubai Courts and DIFC Courts

June 21, 2009

View PDF Enforcement Procedures 1- Procedures where a judgment, award or order of the DIFC Courts (including arbitral awards ratified by the DIFC Courts) falls for enforcement outside the Dubai International Financial Centre Court’s Jurisdiction. a.It must be final1 and appropriate for enforcement. b.It must be translated into Arabic by a legal translator2 and ratified3  Continue Reading »

2009 Memorandum of Understanding Between Dubai Courts And DIFC Courts

June 16, 2009

Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) Between Dubai Courts and DIFC Courts   INTRODUCTION : A. Dubai Courts are pioneers in Courts work. Dubai Courts ensure the delivery and administration of justice and equality for all citizens and residents throughout the Emirate of Dubai. They do this through precision and promptness in adjudicating lawsuits, execution of judgments,  Continue Reading »

Protocol of Enforcement between the DIFC Courts and Dubai Courts

April 23, 2009

Protocol of Enforcement betwen the DIFC Courts and Dubai Courts 23 April 2009

Memorandum of Understanding between the Dubai Courts Notary Public Protocol Department and DIFC Judicial Authority

January 1, 2009

Memorandum of Understanding between the Dubai Courts Notary Public Protocol Department and DIFC Judicial Authority

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