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STA Law Firm
Three intricately related concepts: climate change, biodiversity, and food security have become a central discussion amongst international political bodies over the last three decades
STA Law Firm
Agriculture and food are among the most critical areas that a nation must manage.
STA Law Firm
Protection of plant variety is vital for the development of a nation since it provides for sustainability and the growth of the region.
Al Tamimi & Company
Dealings with residential and commercial land and properties in Abu Dhabi granted to UAE nationals by the government ("Granted Land") are subject to certain restrictions.
STA Law Firm
The definition of Food security is "the state of having reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food."
Al Tamimi & Company
Whilst the rise in popularity of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology may appear to be a very recent phenomenon, their origins go back decades. Prior to the 1970s ...
Hadef & Partners
Brent Baldwin explains the practical implications of the Dubai JOP Law on hotel developers and branded property operators.
Clyde & Co
By now, most developers would be aware that the Directions issued by the Land Department under Law No 27 of 2007 concerning Ownership of Jointly Owned Properties in the Emirate of Dubai (the "Strata Law") placed a requirement on developers to comply with the Strata Law and register the necessary plans and documents with the Land Department by 13 October 2010.
Clyde & Co
Wednesday 13 October 2010 was the deadline for developers to comply with certain Strata Law requirements. The deadline has passed but what does this mean for developers and owners?
Hadef & Partners
Earlier this year, the Dubai Land Department (DLD) put a hold on registering titles to freehold properties in the names of foreign (non local) entities.
Al Tamimi & Company
In terms of Article 32 of the JOP Law, the Chairman of the Land Department was entitled to implement regulations as required to ensure a comprehensive strata title regime.
Clyde & Co
Recently the Land Department issued a press release stating that it has issued "guidelines" implementing Dubai's Strata Law (Law No. 27 of 2007).
Clyde & Co
Executive Council Decree No 6 of 2010 ("Decree 6"), approving executive regulations to Dubai Law 13 of 2008 (as amended by Law 9 of 2009) ("Law 13"), has recently been published in the Dubai Government Gazette and is stated to take effect from 14 February 2010.
Al Tamimi & Company
Al Tamimi & Company, in conjunction with the Dubai Land Department provided an Update on Property Laws & Regulations in Dubai on 27 January 2009 at the Godolphin Ballroom, Emirates Towers.
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