Published: Sep 14, 2013

LexisNexis interviews Partner and Regional Head of Corporate Structuring Samer Qudah

Samer explained that although the implementation and the publication of the law are eagerly anticipated, the announcement of the changes in who is eligible to be a notary public in Dubai has been made. He added that the Federal Law No. 4/2013 (enacted but as yet unpublished in the Official Gazette) is going to provide a positive developmental impact on the legal profession and is expected to make the process of doing business in the Emirate a much easier one

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