Dec 28 2011
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Al Nabooda Automobiles becomes one of the first to implement the Unified Contract law regulations
Al Nabooda Automobiles guides automobile industry on Unified Contracts law
United Arab Emirates, Dubai, December 28th, 2011: Al Nabooda Automobiles LLC the dealer for the Porsche, Audi and Volkswagen brands in Dubai and Northern Emirates is one of the first in the UAE automobile industry to successfully implement the procedures outlined in the Unified Contracts law.
At a conference, presided over by Dr. Hashim Al Nuaimi, Director of Consumer Protection Department, Al Nabooda Automobiles hosted representatives from other automobile dealerships to showcase the implementation of the Unified Contracts procedures.
The Unified Contracts law aims to enforce minimum standard requirements within Cars Sales, Service, and Spare Parts contracts among UAE based car dealers to ensure fair treatment for all contract parties under the umbrella of the Consumer Protection law.
The Ministry of Commerce guidelines on Unified Contracts stipulate that customers are aware of warranty terms and all the applicable laws; Customer rights and responsibilities need to be balanced; To remove any terms and conditions not complying with the law from the invoices and Arabic enabled contracts be incorporated.
Established in 1976 as a part of Khalifa Juma Al Nabooda group, Al Nabooda Automobiles LLC is the authorised dealer in Dubai and Northern Emirates for Audi, Porsche and Volkwagen. As exclusive distributors for these coveted automobile marques, Al Nabooda offers customers a range of products and services that match the professionalism of the companies they represent.
For further details contact Anshuman Kishore, Marketing Manager, Al Nabooda Automobiles on email@example.com
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