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  • 12 Feb 2019United Arab Emirates

    The UAE’s Federal National Council has approved a draft federal law regulating the practicing of medical professions. It will apply to all those who practice or request to practice the profession in the country and the free zones.

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  • 08 Feb 2019Lebanon

    A Lebanese MP has proposed a Law to establish a public anti-corruption prosecution. It would include specialist judges who would cooperate directly with the National Anti-Corruption Authority who are responsible for combating corruption, stopping waste and attacking and embezzling public funds.

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  • 08 Feb 2019United Arab Emirates

    His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates State, has issued a Federal Law Decree concerning amendment of some provisions in the Code of Criminal Procedure. One of these amendments is the inclusion of a third chapter to the fifth section of the law, entitled “Special criminal procedures”; including three chapters and (53) articles on Criminal Order, Criminal Reconciliation and electronic monitoring as follows:

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  • 15 Jan 2019United Arab Emirates

    In September 2018, Federal Decree-Law No 17/2018 was issued to amend some of the provisions of the Criminal Procedural Law – Federal Law No 35/1992 (CPL). There were changes and new additions comprising together around 54 articles in Federal Law No 35/1992. This commentary outlines some examples to give an overview of the amendments:

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  • 11 Jan 2019United Arab Emirates

    Fraud is defined as taking or gaining from another, property, money, vouchers or anything of value by deception or lying or trickery which is supposed by verbal means or written documents, causing the victim to rely on the same to willingly handover or something of value from himself to the person committing the fraud.

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  • 08 Jan 2019Oman

    Oman’s Sultan has issued two Royal Decrees including a Decree amending the Sultanate’s Prisons Law.

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  • 08 Jan 2019United Arab Emirates

    After the formation of the United Arab Emirates in 1971, a Currency Board was established in May 1973, mandated simply to issue the UAE Dirham to replace existing currencies in use at the time. This Currency Board did not possess any real central bank powers. As the UAE’s economy developed, it became evident that the UAE needed a Central Bank to govern its economic development and its growing network of local and foreign banks. On 10 December 1980, the Currency Board became the Central Bank of the UAE. The Central Bank was tasked with the organisation of the UAE’s monetary, credit, and banking policy. Federal Decree-Law No 14/2018 regarding the Central Bank & Organisation of Financial Institutions and Activities (CBOFIA) has enhanced the authority and role of the Central Bank over the licensing and regulation of all financial institutions and financial activities within its borders. This commentary highlights some of the changes introduced by Federal Decree-Law No 14/2018. Emphasis will be placed on how this law ensures that a wide range of financial and banking practices are in accordance with international standards. Furthermore, attention will be given to emerging financial activities and financial products not governed by previous legislation.

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