A total civilian court in Ras al-Khaimah ruled to expel an (Arab) man from his sister’s house, and to hand her over to him free of persons and concerns, after he refused to evacuate it, on the pretext that the house was his property and that he built it from his own money.
The plaintiff filed a lawsuit, in which she demanded to expel the defendant from her home, as he was a usurper, and to hand it over to her free of persons and concerns, according to an ownership document, and because of the family bond, she left the house for the defendant to benefit from it from its purchase until the filing of the lawsuit.
She explained that she decided to take possession of her house from him to offer it for sale, and asked him repeatedly to hand it over to her, but he refused without justification, which made her file a lawsuit to obtain it, and decided that she owns the house according to an ownership document, while the defendant requested before the court to direct the decisive oath to the plaintiff that the house is from his own money It is not from his father’s money, nor from the plaintiff’s money.
The court confirmed that the plaintiff had transferred the ownership of the house to her under a title deed, and the type of property was fixed in it, which contradicts the defendant’s claim that he contributed to the purchase of the house with his father.
She pointed out that the documents prove that the property was sold to the plaintiff, and it was registered in her name under an ownership document, and accordingly, directing the decisive oath is not productive in the lawsuit, to prove the plaintiff’s ownership of the house according to an official document that has authenticity.
She stated that the court established that the plaintiff is the owner of the property right over the house, and she has the right to protect this right and benefit from it, and that she has the right to recover it from the one who puts his hands on it, and since the defendant did not present a document indicating that he was placed on the house, rather it was hosting him in the residence therein. By the plaintiff, and he is not authorized to stay in it and possess it without her will, and then his possession of the property is without support, and his hand over it is usurping, and without a valid bond, and he must return it to its owner, and the court decides to expel the defendant from the house and hand it over to the plaintiff free of persons and concerns And obligating him to pay fees and attorney fees.
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