Thursday, November 05, 2009

Free legal service launched to support Dubai real estate community

The new free legal service launched to support people caught in real estate associated court cases, has proved to be a fair way to protect the interests of Dubai's real estate community, reports the Gulf News.

The main objective of such an initiative was to ensure fairness and justice to those concerned about property matters and those in need of such assistance, irrespective of the circumstances, clarified Mohammad Sultan Thani, Assistant Director General, Land Department.

The free legal advice service ensures that none is prevented from pursuing their rights just because they may be priced out of the system.

The Head of CBRE (CB Richard Ellis), the leading research and consultancy firm, Mathew Green, said that the free legal advice offer is another step in the right direction by RERA (Real Estate Regulatory Authority), as it aims to improve transparency in the Dubai property market.

Although the overall confidence in the legal dispute system has been little low due to the time taken in addressing the current backlog, one of the local law firms involved in this initiative said that justice for all is the main motto behind the initiative.

1 comment:

Maria Joe said...

Sounds very good this step will stable Dubai's property market soon. Very nice to hear this NEWS.