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Blockchain, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Dogecoin, Altcoin - do not be mistaken, these are not terms associated with the enchantments cast in the games of Minecraft or Dungeons and Dragons, these terms have formed their own market in our worldwide economy

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Taking into consideration the frequent usage of cheques in commercial as well as individual transactions, the Governments across the world classifies Cheque bounce as cognizable financial offence which could entail both civil and criminal liability against the defaulter.

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Law No. 5 of 1985 of the Civil Code contains general rules in relation to limitation periods for filing a case in Dubai Courts. Whilst there are several statues containing specific limitation periods for different types of disputes, there is no single rule as to what triggers a limitation period.

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Many companies and employers across the UAE are unaware that the UAE is a signatory to several international conventions including the 1974 International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination as well as the 2001 ILO Convention on the Prohibition of Discrimination.

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The rapid outbreak of the disease COVID 19 presents a significant impact on the commercial businesses that the world is grappling with. In order to mitigate the widespread disease, the Government and Authorities are instituting various restrictive measures.

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The novel coronavirus which led to the spread of disease provisionally called Covid-19 has caused almost 3500 deaths after infecting more than 100,000 in over 90 countries by the end of first week of March 2020.

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Section 6 (1) (a), of the Income Tax Act, 1961 has been proposed to be amended to redefine an ‘NRI’: “Now an Indian citizen or a person of India origin has to stay 120 days instead 182 days in India in order to be considered as a NRI.”

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