About this iReport
  • Not verified by CNN

  • Click to view Acene's profile
    Posted August 1, 2014 by
    New Delhi, India

    More from Acene

    The worst cheating scandal of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE)


    The worst cheating scandal of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) August 01, 2014  Reparation Law News, New Delhi

    The Judgment Debtor, the Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Former UAE President and Ruler of Abu Dhabi   Emirate [The title, the ‘judgment debtor’ is reserved to describe the person who owes the judgment creditor the amount (damages) stated in the criminal judgments and has not paid the debt. In   common law in the UAE, the debtors will be jailed until they have paid their debt.]

    The ‘Judgment Creditor’ was   entitled to execution of the Judgments and levies the Police Department of Abu Dhabi, worth hundreds of million US Dollars as compensation to restore his life, his dignity and his business   establishments.

    The debtor in the 'UAE Court Judgments', is the State of UAE whose Ruler at the time was none other than the late Sheikh Zayed himself, the Emir of Abu Dhabi   and absolute Ruler of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).  It may be recalled that the Emir was blamed of having been instrumental in defrauding or cheating the Judgment Creditor to avoid   honoring his moral obligations and assigned responsibilities.

    The Judgment Creditor is an Indian businessman and investor, who was deprived of his valuable rights guaranteed by FOUR successive Judgments (1 Civil & 3 Criminal Court Judgments) from the Legal Courts of Abu Dhabi, United Arab   Emirates (UAE); and TWO consecutive Judgments from the High Court of Delhi, after approaching the Supreme Court of India in October, 1996.

    The businessman was victimized by the officials of Abu Dhabi, UAE, and the subject matter of his grave complaints were adjudicated by the Courts in Abu Dhabi   and Delhi which concurrently found the multiple forms of crime taking place under the wings of the ‘Ministry of Interior   United Arab Emirates (UAE)’, such as fraud, forgery, extortion, torture and many other offences.

    Both the Courts in Abu Dhabi, the Court of First Instance and the Apex Court were fully satisfied with the highest standard of proof, beyond any doubt that   the Police was guilty. The Court observed that all the pieces of evidence indicated the proper behavior of the victim and held that he is innocent; rather ‘a martyr’. The Apex Court   comprised of three Judges passed a ‘Landmark Judgment’ in the history of UAE.

    The head of the State have a ‘constitutional duty’ to faithfully   execute the judicial orders of the country. Any civilized Government is bound to implement the verdict of the judiciary, as that is the basic requirement of the Rule of Law.  ‘Laws governing the international community’ do require compliance by the Executive Government,   in full measure, with the verdict of the judiciary. This requirement of law was breached by the UAE Government.  Instead of enforcing the judgments, the Judgment Creditor was expelled from   the country by an arbitrary administrative action, resulting in total destruction of his life, his businesses and his profession.

    The administrative action of the UAE was totally illegal and arbitrary, as the Executive cannot override or overrule a decision of the very Courts of the   country that ruled reparation to a victim; defrauding the judgment creditor is a personal and vindictive action; it is unofficial and illegal. The UAE Government owes huge debts to the   creditor, solely and exclusively responsible for the closure of "his various ‘business establishments’ in Abu Dhabi,   United Arab Emirates".

    The ‘legal fight for justice’ took in very many proceedings before the Supreme   Court of India and the High Court of Delhi.  Despite the directive of the Delhi High Court, the Government of India has not discharged its duties as indicated in the judicial order.

    The enforcement of UAE judgment that was delayed and denied for a long period of nearly two decades has to be satisfied without any further delay so that the   ‘Judgment Debtor(s)’ could avoid unpleasant consequences that will follow.  The creditor holds full power of the Foreign   Courts as well as the Domestic Courts to support his claim and to take debtor's property (lien) in the UAE, where the judgment is recorded, if the obligation is not discharged.

    The recent decision of the London High Court on 'Harb v HRH Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Fahd Bin Abdul Aziz, Saudi Arabia has marked a turning point in the doctrine of ‘State Immunity’   of Foreign States. The landmark decision of Royal Courts of Justice, reaffirm the Rights of Judgment Creditor to pursue his enforcement efforts against the UAE debtors!

    The lawyers for Prince Abdul Aziz, the king’s son, argued he had “state immunity” and the court had no jurisdiction to try the claim of Mrs Harb, who was the   “secret” Christian wife of the late King of Saudi Arabia. But the learned Judge of the London High Court, Mrs Justice Rose threw out the prince’s argument, opening the way for a full   hearing of the case which risks embarrassing the House of Saud.

    Some important points of the judicial decision includes (a) the ‘personal immunity ceases when a head of state is no longer, for whatever reason, in office’   ; (b) the ‘head of a state enjoy immunity only in respect of their official acts whilst in office’ ; (c) a ‘successor regime is obliged to compensate the victim of state wrongs’.  The Court   also relied on Article 39 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations 1961. Under this provision, immunity ratione personae, personal immunity, for an ambassador lasts only while he or   she is in office. ['London High   Court on 'Harb v HRH Prince Abdul Aziz Bin Fahd Bin Abdul Aziz, Rose J, [2014] EWHC 1807 (Ch),09/06/2014'].

    The Government of India is duty bound to safeguard the interests of its citizen who was victimized by Abu Dhabi, UAE, the receiving state.  But even after   the lapse of nearly two decades, the Government of India has totally failed to help, implement judicial orders of the UAE and of Delhi High Court. These actions and omissions on the part of   the Government is contrary to the ‘Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (VCCR) 1963’ particularly Article 5, enforced from 19-3-1967.  A recent judgment of the Supreme Court which casts   liability on a Government for the delay in the disposal of the complaints of a citizen, even when the delay is at the instance of a Legal authority or Tribunal.


    We intend to give wide coverage to the issue in public interest; to protect innocent people, of being exposed to the kinds of brutal, inhuman tortures   (mental, physical and economic) and to safeguard the interests of UAE Judgment Creditors in future.

    The campaign includes 'Selling the UAE Judgments' and 'Selling the Film Rights', the rights to produce both a book and a movie based on the facts of ‘Unexecuted UAE Judgments’.

    Reference Links:

    Reminder Notice to the Government of India It is fervently hoped that the new Government will duly consider taking the necessary steps to execute the judgments through all means, including the International Court of Justice (ICJ),   the principal judicial body of the United Nations (UN), on behalf of the judgment creditor. ... 
    Reminder Notice: The Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi - July 16, 2014 India’s 'National Shame': ‘The MEA & MOIA’
    Documents Archive: Jabir Case

    Features on ‘Human Rights in the UAE’

    Resource Links: UAE Judgments For Sale! - What does it mean?

    ’Judgment for sale’ is a campaign, primarily organized by voluntary member contributions. It’s a value added, investment campaign, aimed to expose the   debtors who hide Judicial decisions, commit fraud or other heinous acts to avoid honoring their obligations. As a lawful owner of a legal Judgment, the winner has every right to offer his   un-executed Judgments for sale or to make efforts to legally enforce and recover his assets and the inherent rights of individuals to dignity. (‘Read more at FAQ’)

    Court Judgments are not worthless piece of papers!

    When an issue arises, the aggrieved party files a suit, conduct the same through able counsel, present relevant documents and witnesses before the court and   the case is heard at length. It is after a lengthy legal procedures that the Hon’ble Judges pronounce the judgment, giving due weight to every aspect of the case. The aggrieved party is   greatly relieved on getting judgment in his favour. He is full of hope, relief and happy on winning the case. From the day next, he wait for the execution of the judgment and receiving   benefits thereof.

    Together, let's end Judgment Fraud in the UAE! ('How   do I become a voluntary contributor?'
    Photograph: Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, founder of UAE, the first President, also the Emir of Abu   Dhabi'
    Co-Published: ‘Reparation Law’

    "Be you never so high, the law is above you," as Dr. Thomas Fuller wrote in 1733

    It’s widely accepted principles of law, that an act or omission contrary to international law is "breach of an engagement" that triggers "an obligation to make reparation in an adequate   form". ...JFS
    Add your Story Add your Story