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| 17 June, 2018

Dubai Courts, Emirates Islamic Bank settle 17 default cases

The settled cases were out of 34 default cases that have been looked in as part of the departments initiative

A man walks past an Emirates Islamic Bank branch in Bank street in Dubai, October 18, 2011.

A man walks past an Emirates Islamic Bank branch in Bank street in Dubai, October 18, 2011.

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The cases involved unpaid debts amounting to AED1.196 million Dubai Courts, in association with the Emirates Islamic Bank, announced the settlement of 17 civil cases of inmates who were unable to pay their debts amounting to AED1.196 million.

The settled cases were out of 34 default cases that have been looked in as part of the departments initiative of, Tafreej Karba and under the umbrella of Year of Zayed, according to state news agency, WAM.

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Abdullah Al Kaitoub, President of the Court of Execution and General Supervisor of the Tafreej Karba Committee stated that the initiative reinforces the partnership between the department and the different public and private entities.

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