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A private school demands 123,000 dirhams from a teacher and her husband
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Al Ain Court of First Instance rejected a lawsuit filed by a private school against a teacher and her husband, demanding that they pay her an amount of 123 thousand and 114 dirhams.

Al Ain Court of First Instance rejected a lawsuit filed by a private school against a teacher and her husband, demanding that they pay her an amount of 123 thousand and 114 dirhams.

In the details, a private school filed a lawsuit against a school teacher, and her husband, demanding that they pay her an amount of 123 thousand and 114 dirhams, in arrears of school fees for their children, while obligating them to pay fees and expenses and in return for attorney fees, noting that the first defendant is the father of the children registered at the school. The second defendant is the students' mother and she worked at the school and took advantage of that and refrained from paying school fees until the defendants had the amount of the claim owed.

During the consideration of the case, the two defendants submitted a memorandum in which they held that the case was not accepted for filing an irrelevant case, as the school is under judicial liquidation by virtue of a court ruling, and the second defendant indicated that the lawsuit filed by the plaintiff was malicious to pressure her to waive her labor dues, while the present requested For the plaintiff to suspend the action pending the appointment of a judicial liquidator on the plaintiff company.