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BY LAW NO. 4 OF 2013

the Dubai Government has relaxed the rules regarding who may notarize documents for official purposes. Previously, only certain designated public officials could act as a Notary Public. These people are located in government buildings across Dubai (in Barsha, the Dubai Courts, Al Tawar, Business Village and Hatta). According to new law, Dubai Courts granted licenses to UAE lawyers to act as ‘Private Notaries. Private Notaries can provide notary public service to the community in Dubai, it includes our firm.
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UAE COMPANY LAW - COMPULSORY CHANGES REQUIRED TO MEMORANDUM AND ARTICLES BY JUNE 2016

According to the new Commercial Companies Law on 1 July 2015, all UAE companies are required to amend their existing memoranda and articles of association (“Articles”) and comply with the changes introduced in the new CCL. The main changes applying to a limited liability company (“LLC”) in the new CCL include, but are not limited to, new rules concerning pre-emption rights, expert valuation of shares.
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For expatriates living in the UAE, there is a very simple reason to make a Will

THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF DUBAI STATES - "Since the UAE is a Muslim country, all courts adhere to Sharia laws in regard to inheritance in case of no wills. However as a result of the Personal Affairs Law (No 28 of 2005), a non- Muslim expatriate who is resident in the UAE can opt for the law of their Domicile Home Country to be applied to the distribution of your UAE assets, provided they have a legally recognized will. For more
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