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Abu Dhabi establishes specialised court to cater for labour cases

Court will take on all the cases filed by or against workers, including those involving service workers

Abu Dhabi establishes specialised court to cater for labour cases

Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) has established a specialised court to cater for labour cases.

Abu Dhabi Labour Court will take on all the cases filed by or against workers, including those involving service workers, in addition to the enforcement of judgments and judicial orders issued by various chambers of the court.

The Abu Dhabi Labour Court will also examine all appeals raised against the judgments of the Court of First Instance as well as the rulings and decisions given by enforcement judges and preliminary and summary matters judgments.

The decision, issued by Sheikh Mansour – chairman of ADJD – instructs that all cases and appeals being currently heard by the labour chambers in Abu Dhabi courts will be be referred to the new court, except in cases and appeals postponed for judgment.

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