Real Estate, Construction & Hotels

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Separated in the UAE, who gets the children?

by Dipali Maldonado / Ali Zakaria

Custody can be a stressful issue in the context of a divorce or separation between couples, especially if you live in a foreign country where you do not know how the law governs guardianship and custody.

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Al Wakeel

by Andrew Thomson / Mohammed Kawasmi

Al Wakeel is a real estate solutions provider that removes all the stress and anxiety from your property transaction. Al Wakeel is powered by Al Tamimi & Company, the leading law firm in the Middle East and North Africa.

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A Look at Hotel Lease Management Contracts From A Competition Law Standpoint

by Richard Cantin

A lease management contract allows a company to lease a property and business for a given period of time, during which the manager acts, for all legal purposes, as the owner of both the property and business.

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The Journey of Reforming Real Estate Laws in Qatar

by Sofian Nawaiseh

As part of reforming the legal regime in Qatar, legislators have introduced several laws and regulations and amended existing laws relating to real estate ownership to adapt with the changing needs of the market and to further help promote Qatar as a place to do business.

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The latest amendments to the Management of Owners Associations in Bahrain

by Fatema Sarhan / Ehsan Ahmed

Owners Associations, as readers may be aware, is the entity formed between owners of a property to govern the owner’s relationship vis a vis the common parts of the property.

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The Extent of the Powers of the Owners Union over the Common Parts of the Property

by Noor Al Rayes

Bahraini Court Precedent: the Owners Association has the authority to operate, manage and maintain the common areas insofar it the areas are not prescribed otherwise in the scheme of the project.

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