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Ras Al Khaimah features a structured court system similar to other emirates, consisting of:

  • Civil Courts: Handle disputes between individuals and companies, including contractual disagreements, personal disputes, and claims for compensation.
  • Criminal Courts: Deal with cases involving allegations of criminal activity, focusing on offenses against public security, theft, fraud, assault, and other criminal matters.
  • Family Courts: Specialise in matters such as marriage, divorce, child custody, and inheritance, tailored to the personal laws applicable to residents’ diverse backgrounds.
  • Labour Courts: Address issues related to employment, including disputes over wages, wrongful terminations, and other employment grievances.

Each court system is designed to cater to specific types of legal needs, ensuring a focused and appropriate legal response to various situations.

The legal process in Ras Al Khaimah courts typically follows these steps:

  • Filing a Case: A case begins with the filing of a complaint or petition to the relevant court, along with any necessary supporting documents and evidence.
  • Notification and Response: Once a case is filed, the defendant is notified and given an opportunity to respond, providing their side of the story and any counter-evidence.
  • Preliminary Hearings: Preliminary hearings may be held to set the terms for the case, such as deadlines for submissions, trial dates, and other procedural matters.
  • Trial Proceedings: The trial involves the presentation of arguments and evidence by both parties in front of a judge (or panel of judges). Witnesses may be called and cross-examined.
  • Judgment and Appeal: After the trial, the judge(s) will issue a judgment. If either party is dissatisfied with the verdict, they may appeal to a higher court, provided there is a basis under the law for the appeal.

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