A woman was absent from the trial to prove that she had signed a statement saying that she had received her marriage and movable property from her ex-husband, so the Abu Dhabi Family and Civil and Administrative Claims Court ruled that she had gold and the list of marital movable property, and that she had abdicated a crime against the plaintiff.
In the details, a man filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife, demanding to prove the validity of the defendant’s signature on the acknowledgment of handing over all her marital movable property and gold jewelry and her renunciation of any crime she filed against him, with an obligation to pay fees and expenses, noting that the plaintiff signed a statement stating that she had waived the crime. And her receipt of all notables of her device, including her gold jewelry, which led her to this lawsuit prove the validity of her signature, and a document for his claim was added to his claim of photocopies of the acknowledgment of the assignment, a list of the device, and a copy of the defendant’s identity.
During the hearing of the case, the plaintiff was present and insisted on his requests contained in his statement of claim and requested the judgment, and the defendant was not present despite the announcement, while the court made it clear on the substance that it is decided, according to the law of proof in civil and commercial transactions, that whoever has a common law can sue anyone who testifies to it. , and that is in an original claim according to the usual procedures. If the defendant denies the handwriting, signature, stamp or fingerprint, the investigation will be conducted in accordance with the foregoing rules. If the defendant does not appear without an acceptable excuse, the defendant will rule in his absence that the handwriting, signature, stamp or fingerprint is valid.
The court has indicated that the claim of the claimant is to prove the validity of the signature of the defendant. , and that she had given In this regard, what makes the case based on facts and laws, and the court ruled that the defendant’s signature on the affidavit in question was correct, and that she had all her marital movable property and gold jewelry , and that she had reported a crime, while obliging the plaintiff to pay the fees and costs of the case.
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