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The Dubai Court of Cassation held that the Dubai courts will have jurisdiction in a case where a contract was entered into between a main contractor and a sub-contractor in Dubai though the contract/project was executed in Al Ain and the sub-contractor domiciled in Al Ain. According to the UAE Law of Civil Procedure the Dubai courts can hear the case provided the contract was finally accepted in Dubai by the sub-contractor, though the parties entered into the contract by exchange of correspondence.

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