In front of a court in the Emirates .. he divorced his wife and asked her for the strangest request

This is how the court responded to the husband

A man divorced his wife in the Emirates, but he asked her for the strangest request before the judiciary. The Al Ain Court of First Instance ruled to reject a civil lawsuit filed by a man against his ex-wife, demanding that she pay him 15,000 dirhams in compensation for the serious moral damage he and their children sustained from his divorce, and the demolition of an entity family.

In the details, according to the newspaper “Emirates Today”, a man filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife, demanding that she pay him an amount of 15,000 dirhams, in compensation for the serious moral damage that inflicted the soul, pain and morale, in an amount for fees and expenses, indicating that the defendant was The plaintiff’s wife, and a divorce ruling was issued against her, because the wife was harmed in such a way that it is impossible for her to last ten years of marriage.

For its part, the court clarified in the merits of its ruling that the divorce case in which the man demands his ex-wife for compensation is in fact a legally permissible fact, because the divorce request is entitled to any of the parties to the marital relationship, and the claimant husband did not provide conclusive evidence and documents indicating that the wife caused any Damages to him, in addition to the fact that the husband is the one who asks for divorce from the wife.

In the end, the court dismissed the case and obligated the plaintiff to pay the expenses.

In front of a court in the Emirates .. he divorced his wife and asked her for the strangest request


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A man divorced his wife in the Emirates, but he asked her for the strangest request before the judiciary. The Al Ain Court of First Instance ruled to reject a civil lawsuit filed by a man against his ex-wife, demanding that she pay him 15,000 dirhams in compensation for the serious moral damage he and their children sustained from his divorce, and the demolition of an entity family.

In the details, according to the newspaper “Emirates Today”, a man filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife, demanding that she pay him an amount of 15,000 dirhams, in compensation for the serious moral damage that inflicted the soul, pain and morale, in an amount for fees and expenses, indicating that the defendant was The plaintiff’s wife, and a divorce ruling was issued against her, because the wife was harmed in such a way that it is impossible for her to last ten years of marriage.

For its part, the court clarified in the merits of its ruling that the divorce case in which the man demands his ex-wife for compensation is in fact a legally permissible fact, because the divorce request is entitled to any of the parties to the marital relationship, and the claimant husband did not provide conclusive evidence and documents indicating that the wife caused any Damages to him, in addition to the fact that the husband is the one who asks for divorce from the wife.

In the end, the court dismissed the case and obligated the plaintiff to pay the expenses.

September 27, 2021 – Safar 20 1443

02:18 PM


This is how the court responded to the husband

A man divorced his wife in the Emirates, but he asked her for the strangest request before the judiciary. The Al Ain Court of First Instance ruled to reject a civil lawsuit filed by a man against his ex-wife, demanding that she pay him 15,000 dirhams in compensation for the serious moral damage he and their children sustained from his divorce, and the demolition of an entity family.

In the details, according to the newspaper “Emirates Today”, a man filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife, demanding that she pay him an amount of 15,000 dirhams, in compensation for the serious moral damage that inflicted the soul, pain and morale, in an amount for fees and expenses, indicating that the defendant was The plaintiff’s wife, and a divorce ruling was issued against her, because the wife was harmed in such a way that it is impossible for her to last ten years of marriage.

For its part, the court clarified in the merits of its ruling that the divorce case in which the man demands his ex-wife for compensation is in fact a legally permissible fact, because the divorce request is entitled to any of the parties to the marital relationship, and the claimant husband did not provide conclusive evidence and documents indicating that the wife caused any Damages to him, in addition to the fact that the husband is the one who asks for divorce from the wife.

In the end, the court dismissed the case and obligated the plaintiff to pay the expenses.

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