Ihab Al Rifai (Al Dhafra Region)
A person claimed that he owned a car and rented it to the defendant for a monthly rent of 2,300 dirhams for a period of three months. The car again belongs to the plaintiff, which prompted him to file this lawsuit, demanding that the decisive oath be given to the defendant and, in conclusion, obligating the defendant to return the vehicle in question and re-register it in the name of the plaintiff or pay its value in the amount of 85,000 dirhams, while also obligating him to pay him an amount of 6900 in return for rent The vehicle, with obligating him to pay fees and expenses.
Following the circulation of the case in the sessions, the Al-Ain Court of First Instance decided to reject the case and confirmed in the merits of its ruling that the plaintiff in this lawsuit demands to prove his ownership of the vehicle in question and the sham registration of it in the name of the defendant. In the minutes of the sessions, and in order to achieve this, the court set a date for the defendant to attend to take the decisive oath directed at him by the plaintiff.
Hence, the decisive oath will have settled the dispute by establishing the defendant’s ownership of the vehicle, and the case will have lost its legal basis in this aspect, which requires the judiciary to reject it.
And since it was about a request to oblige the defendant to pay the plaintiff an amount of 6900 in return for the rental of the vehicle, when the court had concluded that the defendant’s ownership of the vehicle had been proven, which is the case with him and the case must also be judged by rejecting this part of the requests.
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