Abu Dhabi: Man sues heirs of deceased friend who gave him dud cheque

The court appoints a forensic professional to figure out the legitimacy of the cheque

An Abu Dhabi local submitted a legal action versus the beneficiaries of his departed close friend that provided him a Dh150,000 cheque which jumped.

He will certainly be paid by the family members with the cash accumulated from the residential property they acquired, a court has actually ruled.

Authorities court files mentioned that the Arab complainant had actually provided Dh150,000 to his close friend that later on provided him a cheque as repayment.

When the complainant took the cheque to the financial institution, he was informed that there wanted equilibrium in the account.

The plaintiff claimed that a couple of days later on, he got the information that his close friend had actually passed away. He claimed he awaited the funeral service to be finished and afterwards mosted likely to the deceased’s beneficiaries to require the worth of the amounts of cash on the jumped cheque.

The family members nevertheless rejected to pay him, which triggered him to submit a legal action versus them.

The complainant provided to the court a duplicate of the jumped cheque, as well as a letter from the financial institution revealing that there wanted equilibrium in the offenders’ account.

The legal representative of the family members tested the legitimacy of the cheque, asserting that both trademarks on it could have been built.

A forensic professional’s record verified that the cheque was real, which it was the deceased that composed as well as authorized versus it prior to he passed away.

After learning through all events, the Abu Dhabi Household as well as Civil as well as Administrative Claims Court provided a judgment getting the offenders (the beneficiaries) to pay Dh150,000 to the plaintiff from the money accumulated from the residential or commercial properties of the deceased.

The beneficiaries were additionally informed to spend for the plaintiff’s lawful expenditures.

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