Khaleeji filed a civil lawsuit to claim compensation for the accusations of his ex-wife’s sister, that he was in front of her house, disturbing her through the doorbell, the mechanism of alerting his vehicle, and photographing the house from the outside, in addition to flirting with her and defaming her, which caused his imprisonment and caused him multiple damages, and a court ruled A total civilian of Ras Al Khaimah, not having jurisdiction over the case, and referring it to the Partial Civil Department for consideration.
In the lawsuit filed by her client, the defendant insisted, convicting the plaintiff under a penal judgment, after he had deliberately committed disobedience, outraged her modesty and honor, violated the sanctity of her residence, threatened to damage her, and destroyed her property. and attorney fees.
In the lawsuit, the plaintiff indicated that he was determined to compensate him for psychological, moral and social damages, which the court estimated as a result of the malicious accusations leveled against him by the defendant.
In the text of the ruling of a total civil court, the law stipulated that the plea that the court lacks jurisdiction due to the absence of its jurisdiction, or because of the type or value of the case, may be made in any state of the case, and the court shall rule on it on its own, pointing out that the judiciary settled on Article 85. Of the Code of Civil Procedure, which stipulates that the plea that the court lacks jurisdiction due to the lack of its jurisdiction, or because of the type or value of the lawsuit, is related to public order and the court shall rule on it on its own, and it may be pleaded in any state of the lawsuit.
She clarified that as long as the partial civil circuit is the adjudicator of the case, and not the general civil circuit, and this value jurisdiction is related to public order, and the court rules it on its own, pursuant to the provisions of the first paragraph of Article 85 of the Civil Procedure Code, the court must rule The case was not legally competent to hear the case, and ordered its referral to the District Civil Court, which has jurisdiction.