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Dubai: Complaints from schools and parents dropped by 20 per cent after the introduction of a legally binding contract between parents and private schools in Dubai, the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) has revealed.
The firms said that that they expects to start discussing the particulars of the partnership comprising methods for obtaining each other s shares, size of shareholdings and timing with the end objective of signing a legally binding contract as soon as possible.
It is vital that tenants understand that their agreements are legally binding contracts and they cannot just hand the keys back at the drop of a hat.
Due to the building owner's continuing failure to enter into a legally binding contract with us, we have served on the building owner a 'Notice of Disconnection' of chilled water supply," Palm Utilities unit Palm District Cooling had said in posters put up in one Discovery Gardens building.
minors can't enter into a legally binding contract.
But Saints chief executive Tony Colquitt said: "We have got a legally binding contract and there's nothing to suggest Taylor Wimpey will go out of business.
And daft, trite, immature publicity stunts are easier to forget when they don't come with a legally binding contract and bloody great big divorce bill.
Landlords and tenants will have entered into legally binding contracts to start or end tenancies at that time.