After he promised her to marry, a girl pays 430,000 dirhams in debt to the "runaway groom"

The Abu Dhabi Court for Family and Civil and Administrative Litigations ruled obligating a young man to pay a girl 430,000 dirhams that she had paid instead to a bank

The Abu Dhabi Court for Family and Civil and Administrative Litigations ruled obligating a young man to pay a girl 430,000 dirhams that she had paid instead to a bank to lift the circular issued against him so that he could enter the country and marry her.

In the details, a girl of Arab nationality filed a lawsuit against a young man, demanding that he pay her 540 thousand dirhams, interest at 9%, and in reserve, to address a bank in the country to inquire whether the plaintiff transferred 430 thousand dirhams to the bank from her account to settle debts. The defendant has 110,000 owed from the rest of the settlement and obliges him to pay expenses and fees in exchange for fees.

The plaintiff indicated that the defendant had promised her to marry her, and when she spoke to him to complete the marriage, he told her that he could not enter the state because there was a circular on him from a bank because of his debt, so she made a settlement with the bank and paid 430 thousand dirhams to the bank and pledged to pay the remaining 110 thousand dirhams The defendant was banned, but when he returned to the UAE, it became clear to her that he was not serious about marriage and did not return the money to her. She submitted copies of checks and a copy of a debt settlement.