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
In 2005, the Supreme Court rendered a judgment in respect of penalty charges for delay.
In March 2010, the Supreme Court issued a judgment regarding a landlord’s capacity to evict tenants on the basis that the premises are needed by the landlord as his or her own residence, or for first and second degree relatives.
In December 2010, the Supreme Court issued a decision regarding the legal principle of res judicata, ie whether a court judgment can simply signal the start of a new case.
In 2007, the Supreme Court issued an interesting judgment about the type of damages which may be awarded.
In January 2010, the Supreme Court rendered a decision in respect of variations to construction contracts.