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No imprisonment, blocking of bank accounts and seizure of vehicles in Abu Dhabi for two months

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Abu Dhabi’s ruler announced that in a period of two months, the Emirate will stop rental property eviction cases currently underway, along with executive procedures like imprisonment, blocking of bank accounts, seizures of vehicles, stocks and assets.

According to a Gulf News report, the decision exempts cases related to alimony and labor disputes.

The decision is taken in line with Abu Dhabi’s support during the Covid-19 outbreak.

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