Benefit from our expertise
Nasser Yousuf Al Khamis Advocates and Legal Consultants has extensive experience in structuring, advising and incorporation of companies in mainland, free zone and offshore jurisdictions in the UAE. Our services in this field cover the whole suite of services ranging from licensing, documentation, third-party approvals, due diligence, and operational advice we also provide corporate compliance services with regards to statutory filing, paperwork and submissions in additional to providing services to local partners, we also provide extensive support to international clients on foreign investment in the UAE Our experience in this respect include advising a number of foreign investors on modes of entering UAE in view of the applicable foreign investment laws and structuring their investment in UAE by deliberating on the procedure for incorporating a suitable legal structure, advising a prominent investment fund from India on the formation and structuring of a foodstuff manufacturing unit in the UAE, assisting a local hospitality company on franchising formalities, advising a Japanese spare parts manufacturer on distribution and agency regulations advising and facilitating set up of a five-star luxury hotel by a prominent real estate developer advising a foreign company holding investments in the hospitality industry on acquiring interest in a local company owning a leading chain of restaurants, assistance including conducting due diligence, structuring the transfer of equity interest and drafting and reviewing the transaction documents, advising a local technology start-up on operating procedures to ensure compliance, facilitating set up of a local medical facility by a foreign medical establishment and advising on and carrying out statutory filing before all relevant authorities, including free zone and mainland
Consumers are protected by the Consumer Bill of Rights. The bill states that consumers have the right to be informed, the right to choose, the right to safety, the right to be heard, the right to have problems corrected, the right to consumer education, and the right to service.
The Consumer Protection Act 1987 is in place to hold manufacturers accountable for producing unsafe goods. It allows consumers to claim compensation if the defective product has caused personal injury, damage to property or death.
Under the Consumer Rights Act as long as you return an item within 30 days of purchase you can do so without a receipt and still have the right to a full refund. If you don’t want to return or exchange the item then you can ask for it to be repaired.
Partner, Head of Litigation - UAE
We actively promote a culture of innovation and continuous improvement. Our consultants lead by example, building a strong understanding of our client’s business and staying open to new approaches, concepts and technologies.
We operate all over the world, from our own offices, associated offices and established relationships with correspondent law firms.
Some cases may look alike but not always to the details. We always make sure we understand our clients to the nearest detail so we can provide optimal support. We take your issue and transform it to an opportunity so you make full profit from it.
Our experience and expertise permits us to understand your issue faster.
Details focused, we bring out a strategy for best possible result.
We follow-up the case closely, keeping you aware of it evolution.