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Joint Judicial Commitee Decisions


Joint Judicial Commitee Decisions

The decisions of the Joint Judicial Commitee, established pursuant to Decree No. 19 of 2016, can be found here:


Cassation No 1 of 2016 with Dissenting Opinion – Daman Real Capital Partners Company LLC v Oger Dubai LLC

Cassation No 2 of 2016 with Dissenting Opinion  – Dubai Water Front LLC v Chenshan Liu

Cassation No 3 of 2016 – Marine Logistics Solutions LLC and another v Wadi Woraya LLC and others

Cassation No 4 of 2016 – Investment Group Private LTC v Standard Chartered Bank

Cassation No 5 of 2016 – Gulf Navigation Holding PJSC v DNB Bank ASA



Cassation No 1 of 2017 with Dissenting Opinion – Gulf Navigation Holding P.S.C v Jinhai Heavy Industry Co. Limited (Formerly Zhoushan Junhaiwan Shpiyard Co., Ltd.)

Cassation No 2 of 2017 – Al Zaitoon, Olive Group v Al Delma

Cassation No 3 of 2017 with Dissenting Opinion – Ramadan Mousa Mishmish v Sweet Homes Real Estate LLC

Cassation No 4 of 2017 – Endofa DMCC v D’Amico Shipping

Cassation No 5 of 2017 – Emirates Trading Agency LLC v Bocimar International N.V.

Cassation No 6 of 2017 – Assas Investments Limited v Fius Capital Limited

Cassation No 7 of 2017 – IGPL v Standard Chartered Bank

Cassation No 8 of 2017 – Assas OPCP Limited v VIH Hotel Management Ltd


Cassation No 1 of 2018 – Sindbad-Marine-Inc.-LLC-v-Essam-Al-Tamimi

Cassation No 2 of 2018 – Re-Point-Ventures-FZ-Co (1) Jai-Narain-Gupta (2) Mayrk-Kumar-Gupta (3) Saroj-Gupta-V-Tavira-Securities-Limited (4)

Cassation No 3 of 2018 – Farkehad Teimar Bely Akhmedov v (1) Tatiana Mikhailovna Akhmedova (2) Straight Establishment with Ruling

Cassation No 4 of 2018 – Jaydeep-Satyapal-Anand-Satyapal-Kundanlal-v-VH-Hotel-Managment-limited-Formerly-know-as-VIH-Dubai-Palm-Jumeirah-Limited-Cayman-Islands




Cassation No 1 of 2019 – Globemed Gulf Healthcare Solutions L.L.C. vs Oman Insurance Company PS

Cassation No 2 of 2019 – Tabarak Investment LLC v Khaldoon Rashid Al Tabri (1) Zeina Khaldoun Al Tambri (2)

Cassation No 3 of 2019 and Cassation No 4 of 2019

Cassation No 5 2019 – Essar Projects Limited v McConnell Dowell South East Asia Pte Limited

Cassation No 7 2019 – Anand Narain Kapoor v BARCLAYS BANK PLC


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