Surveillance cameras have identified two people who stole 100,000 dirhams from a customer while he was inside an exchange, taking advantage of the customer’s concern with the exchange clerk to complete some bank transactions to commit his crime.
The details of the case examined by the Al Ain Court of First Instance are related to the presentation by the plaintiff of a lawsuit demanding that the defendant be obliged to pay him an amount of 100 thousand dirhams and the statutory interest at 12% from the date of presentation. the case until full payment, while being forced to pay the fees, expenses and attorneys’ fees, on the basis of a bond That the defendant stole the cash amount of 100,000 dirhams owned by the complainant, while standing in front of the employee in a money exchange shop to transfer money, and while the plaintiff and the clerk were busy, the defendant stole the amount.
He stated that the investigations resulted after seeing the cameras that the two defendants were the ones who stole the money and left the country, and the defendant was convicted of that fact under the criminal sentence, which led the complainant to initiate this case to demand the defendant for the aforementioned amount.
The court ruled that the documents proved the defendant’s conviction for the theft charge of the cash amount of 100,000 dirhams owned by the complainant, and there was nothing to refute or contradict this evidence, and the case papers were empty indicating that the defendant had returned the said amount to the complainant. With it, the complainant’s response to his request and the judgment that obliges the defendant to jointly pay him the amount of 100,000 dirhams, as will be indicated in the operative paragraph, without the interest claimed due to the lack of rights obligations.
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