A young man deceives a girl and seizes 175 thousand dirhams with a false marriage promise
He deceived a girl by deluding her of his desire to marry her, and through this false promise he was able to seize sums of money from her, amounting to 175 thousand dirhams, while the Abu Dhabi Court for Family and Civil and Administrative Cases ruled that he be obliged to return the amount.
In the details, a girl filed a lawsuit against a young man, in which she demanded that he pay her an amount of 175 thousand and 468 dirhams and oblige him to pay fees, expenses, and fees, noting that the defendant had promised her to marry and based on this promise he was asking her for sums of money as a loan at intervals. And she was transferring it to him through exchange shops, as well as by depositing cash in his account, in addition to handing her some amounts to him manually. While the defendant submitted an answer memorandum, which was reviewed by the court.
For its part, the court clarified in the reasons for its ruling that, according to the decision of the Law of Evidence in Civil and Commercial Transactions, “the plaintiff must prove his right and the defendant may deny it,” noting that the defendant, despite his attendance at the lawsuit sessions, did not make any defense or defense as presented by the plaintiff. In terms of receipts and what it decided in the statement of claim, but his defense came in general. The court cannot but judge the plaintiff with her request, and the court ruled obliging the defendant to return to the plaintiff the amount of 175 thousand and 468 dirhams, and obligated him to pay fees, expenses, and attorney’s fees.
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