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Sir John Chadwick, Deputy Chief Justice at the DIFC Courts, said, "The sense of shared interest and the spirit of cooperation between London and Dubai seems to grow stronger ever year.
On his part, Judge Mahjoub Al Amin, Deputy Chief Justice, has stressed that supervision is one of the main pillar for the reform of the judiciary authority.
The court found Sarasin sold unsuitable investments to Al Khorafi family members in 2007 and 2008, and should pay compensation to the family, deputy chief justice John Chadwick ruled on Thursday.
Mandela's third wife, Graca Machel, is the main beneficiary of the will because their marriage was "in community of property" and she therefore has the right to half his estate, as long as she claims it within 90 days, said executor Dikgang Moseneke, who is also deputy chief justice of the Constitutional Court.
Before a special tribunal chaired by Deputy Chief Justice Sir John Chadwick was due to be heard last Monday (7 October), Nakheel World agreed to refund Al Falak $24.
September 6, 2013 (KHARTOUM) -- Sudan's deputy chief justice, Abdel-Rahman Sharfi criticized the absolute immunity granted to the president and the first vice president by article (60) of the 2005 interim constitution.
Son of Maulvi Syed Akbar, a monarchy-era MP from Logar, Dilawar served as Taliban representative at the Peshawar consulate, ambassador to Pakistan, charge d'affaires in Saudi Arabia, Deputy Chief Justice of the Kandahar Appeal Court and head of the religious board of the Supreme Court, which dealt with international backlash over the Taliban's destruction of colossal Buddha statues in Bamyan in 2001.
The court's general assembly also approved the appointment of justice Ragab Selim to the court as a deputy chief justice to replace Mansour.