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Mwatana donates AED 1.5 million to support “convicts” in rental cases

2019-08-07T22:09:06.780Z

The Center for Litigation Dispute Resolution, the judicial arm of the Dubai Land Department, expressed its appreciation to UAE national Fatima Ibrahim Sulaiman, widow of the late Obaid Al-Helu, for donating AED 1.5 million to support the insolvent of those convicted in rental cases.



The Litigation Dispute Resolution Center, the judicial arm of the Dubai Land Department, has expressed its appreciation to UAE national Fatima Ibrahim Sulaiman, widow of the late Obaid Al Helou, for making a generous donation of AED 1.5 million to support insolvent convicts in rental cases.

Juma Bin Humaidan, Deputy Director General of Dubai Land Department, said: “Community participation in alleviating the suffering of the insolvent is a consistent and genuine approach in the values ​​of the UAE society. Since we are in the Year of Tolerance, we encourage such good initiatives that take root. The values ​​of tolerance and compassion among different groups of society, which represent more than 200 nationalities, are dominated by bonds of affection, love and peace ».

“We are delighted to see the increasing demand from citizens to relieve the insolvent and bring joy to their hearts on this occasion,” said Judge Abdul Qader Moussa, head of the Center for Rent Dispute Resolution. For our part, we will ensure that this assistance is delivered to the beneficiaries according to approved evaluation mechanisms for all cases. We hope that the community will interact with these initiatives in the Year of Tolerance, and reaffirm our readiness to cooperate with institutions and individuals to achieve these goals and work together to spread happiness among all segments of society in Dubai. '

It is noteworthy that the Center for Rent Dispute Resolution in Dubai relies on committees specialized in assessing the cases of convicts in rental cases, and on the basis of specific bases are determined who can benefit from donations and assistance provided by individuals and charities in the country.

With the approach of Eid Al-Adha, and in cooperation with Dubai Police, Dubai Land launched in July the Eid in Your Home initiative and released a number of prisoners imprisoned for rent cases in Dubai, after a large donation from an Emirati businessman. These donations, which the philanthropists have in the country throughout the year, show their keenness to do good and giving as one of the characteristics that have characterized the UAE since its establishment.

Source: emara

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