James Harbridge has lived and worked in Oman for over ten years and is litigation partner at international law firm Curtis, Mallet-Prevost in Qurm. You can email him on email@example.com
A rental case heard by the Supreme Court in 2010 involved a claimant who had filed a claim against a defendant, seeking RO35,000.
In 2010, a lease dispute was brought before the Supreme Court.
In December 2010, the Supreme Court ruled that an employer has a right to terminate its employees, but exercising this right will involve the payment of compensation if it causes detriment to the employees without having a substantial benefit to the employer.
In 2007, the Supreme Court had to rule on a case relating to alleged misrepresentation regarding a land sale agreement.
What happens when someone attempts to break into a residence with the intention of committing theft, yet fails to do so due to unforeseeable circumstances?