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Misrepresentation is a term in contract law which refers to deceitful means used by a party to induce another party to enter into a contractual agreement.
It has long been established in Omani jurisprudence that the Omani courts have the power to decide whether a dismissal of an employee is arbitrary/unfair.
In 2011, an Omani individual filed an objection in the Supreme Court relating to an insurance claim.
In 2009, the Primary Court in Sohar convicted two individuals of theft, breaking and entering into a private residence.
As regards criminal claims, the claimant has the right to seek monetary damages.