Orders

Overview

The DIFC Courts have the power to make orders and give directions as to the conduct of any proceeding before the DIFC Courts that it considers appropriate, including:—

•    Orders prescribed by any legislation under DIFC law;
•    Injunctions, including requiring an act to be done;
•    Interim or interlocutory orders;
•    Orders made without notice to any other party and the circumstances in which such orders are appropriate;
•    Contempt orders;
•    Orders made in the interest of justice or
•    Referral of matters to the Attorney General of Dubai

The DIFC Courts have the power to enforce judgments, orders or awards made or ratified by the DIFC Courts within the DIFC. The Chief Justice shall appoint a Judge of the First Instance Court as an executive judge with the jurisdiction to issue execution orders within the DIFC.

Judgments, orders and awards made by the DIFC Courts but which require execution outside the DIFC will be enforced by the Dubai Courts. Judgments, orders and awards will only be enforced by the Dubai Courts provided that the judgment, order or award is final, appropriate for enforcement and translated into Arabic.

CFI 036/2016 (1) Barclays Bank PLC (2) Credit Suisse Loan Funding L.L.C. (3) Midtown Acquistions L.P. (4) Special Situations Investing Group Inc. v Essar Global Fund Limited

Claim No. CFI 036/2016 THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS IN THE COURT OF APPEAL BETWEEN MIDTOWN ACQUISITIONS L.P.      Claimant / Respondent and   ESSAR GLOBAL FUND LIMITED                                                                 Defendant /...

CFI 010/2017 ABN Amro Bank N.V. v N/A

Claim No. CFI 010/2017 THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS    IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE IN THE MATTER OF ABN AMRO BANK N.V. AND IN THE MATTER OF THE REGULATORY LAW (DIFC LAW NO. 1 OF 2004) ORDER OF JUSTICE SIR RICHARD FIELD UPON the application of ABN...