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Archive for February, 2010

Dubai police named 15 more suspects in Al Mabhouh killing

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 25, 2010


source The National

DUBAI // The number of people being hunted for the murder of a Hamas operative in Dubai rose to 26 yesterday when police named 15 more suspects.
Of the passports used by the 15 new suspects, six were British, three Irish, three French and three Australian. As with most of the 11 suspects first named last week, it is believed the assassination squad used identities stolen from innocent people with dual nationality, living in Israel.

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Flight movements of the suspects ( click on the image)

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Damac Properties 140 Million Dollar suit under way at Dubai International Financial Centre Court

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 24, 2010


original source Emirates Business24-7

Lawyers representing a German investor, Dr Lothar Ludwig Hardt, said the developer allegedly used the money from other property projects to construct Park Towers, the only development that appears to be ongoing out of the five that Hardt had signed up in February 2007.

“These close links show the other four properties are connected to Park Towers… which should have been finished two years ago,” Ludmila Yamalova, legal consultant and partner at Al Sayyah Advocates and Legal Consultants, told Emirates Business. She said Hardt has invested $9.7 million on five properties which, in addition to Park Towers include the two cancelled projects – Lotus Residences and Wildflower; Ocean Heights, which was scheduled for completion eight months ago; and Water’s Edge, where construction hasn’t been started yet.

The German investor is thus demanding refund of $9.7m and is seeking damages and lost profits caused by the developers’ breach of contract and other violations of the UAE, Dubai and DIFC Courts. Yamalova estimates that damages, loss of profits plus all the legal fees could go up to $140m.

“As of today, defendants have not delivered any of the properties and have not complied with any of the contractual obligations to claimants,” a claim form seen by Emirates Business said.

Defendants have committed a series of violations of UAE, Dubai and DIFC Laws in connection with properties such as enticement and unfairness, illegal sale, failure to obtain necessary approvals, failure to commence construction timely, failure to timely register developer and obtain necessary license, mismanagement of escrow funds and violation of trust account regulations, unfair contracts of adhesion, fraud and deception… illegal competition, bribery, trickery, breach of trust, cheating in commercial transactions, money laundering and accomplice liability,” said the claim form.

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Dynasty Zarooni Executives charged with defrauding 25 Million

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 18, 2010


original published GulfNews

Gulf News obtained a copy of the arraignment sheet, in which K.M. was charged with offering the businessmen to multiply their money through a bogus investment portfolio. Records said the Indian told the businessmen to provide a monthly payment of Dh300,000 to be invested in real estate projects offering a monthly revenue of Dh1 million starting from the seventh month. KM allegedly got the claimants trust the feasibility of the portfolio by advertising in newspapers and the internet.

The Public Prosecution also charged M.H.Z. and R.Q. with aiding and abetting K.M. by confirming his claims, the act which allegedly resulted in cheating the claimants.

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Real estate fraud

Gulf News also learnt that prosecutors dismissed the charges of real estate fraud, worth hundreds of millions of dirhams, against the suspects for lack of crime.

Al Shaali appealed the dismissal of the real estate fraud charge.

An appeals judge is looking into this plea.

“The jury is only responsible for prosecuting the suspects on the charges of swindling and establishing a bogus investment portfolio … I will not accept any real estate fraud case or complaint,” concluded Presiding Judge Abdul Majid, who adjourned the case until March 10.

According to the charges sheet, K.M. told prosecutors that he bought the properties, which the businessmen described as bogus and non-existent, from developers and he was authorised to sell them. He presented contracts and documents to prove that he was authorised to do so.

Dynasty Zarouni’s chairman claimed in his statement to prosecutors: “Due to the global financial crisis, some of the businessmen’s cheques bounced and when he presented the bad cheques to the police, they complained against him.”

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Dubai Hamas Murder case :The chances of catching the killers were “zero to nil” – 11 people wanted for the murder of a Hamas leader in Dubai used false passports

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 17, 2010


original source The National and others

A foreign office spokesman in London said: “We are aware that the holders of six British passports have been named in this case. We believe the passports used were fraudulent.”

In Dublin, a spokesman for the department of foreign affairs said: “We are unable to identify any of those three individuals as being genuine Irish citizens. Ireland has issued no passports in those names.”

One of the suspects was named by Dubai police on Monday as Melvyn Adam Mildiner. Yesterday Mr Mildiner, a British-born computer specialist who lives in Israel, said he had never been to Dubai and still had his passport. He added: “I’m looking into what I can do to try to sort things out and clear my name. I don’t know how this happened or who chose my name or why.”

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Video: CCTV footage of Dubai murder suspects

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Dubai World`s Debt

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 15, 2010


original source The National

Top officials from the US and British governments are calling for
transparency in the settlement of Dubai World’s US$22 billion (Dh80.8bn)
debt restructuring, intensifying diplomatic pressure to conclude a deal
with creditors.

Neal Wolin, the deputy secretary of the US
Treasury, said he would call on officials during his visit to Dubai
today to ensure openness in the restructuring of the emirate’s
companies.

“I think it’s important that, as they work through these
restructurings and these issues, that it be done in a way that is
transparent so that we can all understand what’s going on,” Mr Wolin
said.
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Dubai Apartment prices will fall 20 per cent this year

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 10, 2010


10 February 2010 DUBAI

original source Khaleej Times UAE

Sale prices and rents for villas, apartments and offices in Dubai will continue to decline through the first quarter o
2010 because of supply glut, with apartment prices likely to take the biggest hit and falling as much as 20 per cent in the next 18 months, property consultants Landmark Advisory said on Tuesday.

Landmark said that Abu Dhabi’s residential property prices, in the first quarter of the year, are likel
to remain stable on average, with some upticks in select localities. But rents are likely to maintain a downtrend.

High-end units in Abu Dhabi saw their rents fall up to 15 per cent, but it was low-end units that fared the worst, Landmark said in its Q1
Real Estate Report.

The report said that after increasing in the third quarter last year, villa prices in Dubai stagnated with a marginal increase of 0.2 per cent in the fourth quarter. A price bifurcation is emerging with coastal villa communities (along Sheikh Zayed Road) stabilising, while inland villa communities experience further declines, it said.

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Hotels in Dubai tightened up security – Cameras in the reception area must directly record the faces of guests and visitors

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 10, 2010


original source Emirates Business 24-7

Dubai February 10, 2010

Hotel and hotel apartment operators in Dubai have tightened up security following the murder of Hamas leader Mahmoud Al Mabhouh at Al Bustan Rotana in Al Garhoud, Emirates Business has learnt.

And Dubai Police have ordered hotel security officers to follow guidelines issued by the force.

Industry sources said the security authorities recently held meetings with representatives of leading hotels and hotel apartment blocks and instructed them to follow the guidelines and carry out strict identity checks on guests and clients.

Hotels and hotel apartment operators are required to have CCTV recording systems and must give guest details to the law enforcement authorities. Cameras in the reception area must directly record the faces of guests and visitors.
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Dubai legal System an Trial – German Investor filed five motions against Damac Properties

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 10, 2010


original source 7Days Dubai

DAMAC Properties has filed a motion to stop an investor’s lawsuit being heard in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) courts, and has also moved to strike the case entirely, the lawyer for the investor told 7DAYS yesterday.

German investor Lothar Hardt, who has invested in around dhs100 million worth of properties from Damac, filed a suit against the firm in December with the DIFC Courts, alleging breaches of contracts in the form of delays, misrepresentation of properties, fraud and improper use of funds, among other claims.

Hardt has invested in Lotus Residences and Water’s Edge in Business Bay, Park Towers at DIFC, Wildflower in Jumeirah Golf Estates and Ocean Heights in Dubai Marina.

He filed the suit with the DIFC Courts because Park Towers is located at DIFC and Damac is a DIFC-listed company.

Ludmila Yamalova, a partner at Al Sayyah Advocates and Legal Consultants, which is handling the suit, previously told 7DAYS that having the case heard at the DIFC Courts has a number of advantages over the Dubai Courts, including the fact that DIFC operates under British law, which has had more experience of property disputes in comparison with Dubai law.

Yamalova said yesterday that Damac was contesting the jurisdiction of the case and was also moving to strike out the case due to a lack of “reasonable grounds”.

However, she said Hardt had filed five motions in response to Damac, including a motion for judgement by default and an award of damages of over $132 million because Damac failed to support its motion with proper statements and failed to file its defence, and defences for individuals named in the case, on time.

The requested damages include actual damages of about $44 million  in lost profits and legal expenses, and punitive damages, which can be  up to three times the value of actual damages in the DIFC Courts.

The motions of both Hardte and Damac will be heard at DIFC Courts later this month.

Hardt told 7DAYS in January that if DIFC Courts decided jurisdiction belonged with the Dubai Courts, he would still pursue the suit.

“First I am hoping that I will regain my money and the second thing is, while I have been negotiating with Damac I’ve seen so many people in the situation where all the money they had was in one apartment and they stand to lose it all… so I see myself also as being the spearhead for these people,” he said.

Read also: An interesting case to watch – German Investor is suing Damac Properties

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Dubai-More than fith of construction projects have been put on hold or canceled

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 6, 2010


original source The National

DUBAI // As an amateur photographer and property investor, Imre Solt found himself visiting construction sites throughout Dubai to document the progress of the rising skyline of Dubai on a daily basis. Now he is lucky to find a significant change at a project once a month.

“Sometimes I don’t take any photos at all because there is no progress,” says the Hungarian-born Mr Solt, who has captured the city’s growth in what he estimates are 100,000 pictures taken from the tops of tall buildings, helicopters and even a biplane. “There are a few buildings that have made very good progress, but I think more projects are on hold than before. Sometimes, there are just a few workers there.”

The numbers bear him out. More than a fifth of construction projects in Dubai have been put on hold or cancelled in the past year, with the remainder severely delayed, said Proleads, a construction information provider. Proleads also estimates that the number of construction workers in Dubai has declined 45 per cent from the peak of the property boom in 2008 to last month, a further sign of the city’s post-boom state.The problems are not isolated to Dubai, with projects in Abu Dhabi, Ras al Khaimah and Ajman similarly stalled.

“You have this stalemate,” says Andrew Charlesworth, the head of capital markets at the property consultancy Jones Lang LaSalle. “We are not seeing any distressed sales come through. Banks are reluctant to foreclose. Buyers can’t make payments and developers can’t build.”

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ACI Dubai-Guetersloh-Bettelbriefe und das warten der Investoren auf ein Wunder

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 5, 2010


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Dokumente zum Thema  ( original source GoMoPa)
» Abstimmung II. Dubai Tower KG
» Abstimmung III. Dubai Tower KG
» Abstimmung IV. Dubai Tower KG
» Abstimmung V. Dubai Tower KG
» ACI-Bettelbrief für Ex-Fonds II
» ACI-Bettelbrief für Ex-Fonds III
» ACI-Bettelbrief für Ex-Fonds IV
» ACI-Bettelbrief für Ex-Fonds V
» ACI-Bericht an die Anleger vom 17.12.2009

Pressemitteilungen zum Thema
» ACI: Keine Sorge, Robin Lohmann bucht ab
» ACI-Dubai-Fonds: Wir zahlten nie aus Gewinnen
» Dubai-Fonds: ACI droht Anlegern mit Insolvenz
» Pressefreiheit endet am Geldhahn
» ACI: Der Boss ist erst zehn Jahre alt
» ACI-Chefs bestellten neue Identität in Panama
» ACI-Owners ordered new Indentities
» ACI-Dubai-Fonds: sechs neue Bentleys für den Chef
» ACI-Dubai: Dr. Schulte Anwälte prüfen Haftung von Boris Becker, Michael Schumacher & Niki Lauda
» ACI Dubai Fonds – inklusive Lear Jet für den Juniorchef
» Die Pleitetürme von Becker, Schumacher und Lauda
» Dubai: Jeder Depp wurde Spekulant
» Steuerparadies Dubai: Schluss mit lustig

Angaben aus dem Departement of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai
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» ACI Consultancy
» ACI General Trading LLC
» ACI Investment Project LLC
» ACI Real Estate LLC
» YAMA LLC

Beiträge zum Thema
» ACI: Alternative Capital Invest Dubai Tower
» Bauboom in der Wüste
» Dubai Fonds Richtigstellung
» Kennt einer das hier
» Immobilienfonds Dubai, Libanon, Oman etc.
» Aussergewöhnliche Renditen
» ACI Holding Group Inc Development Unernehmen

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Dubai Police will issue an arrest warrant against Benjamin Netanyahu if Mossad is behind Dubai killing

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 5, 2010


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British rape victim back in UK after a four-week nightmare in Dubai

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 4, 2010


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read also : Los Angeles Times
and ….. Huffingtonpost

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Hamas commander murdered in Dubai played a central role in smuggling weapons

Posted by 7starsdubai on February 2, 2010


source abc News

February 1, 2010

Israeli officials say a senior Hamas commander who was murdered in Dubai played a central role in smuggling weapons from Iran to Gaza.

They have refused to say, however, whether Israel was behind his death.

Hamas leaders have accused Israel’s spy agency, Mossad, of killing Mahmoud al Mabhouh in a Dubai hotel.

Al Mabhouh was said to be passing through Dubai en route to another country.

He was wanted by Israel for his role in kidnapping and killing two Israeli soldiers 20 years ago.

Dubai police say they have identified several European passport holders as suspects, but say it is possible Mossad was behind his death.

Britain’s Times newspaper, citing unidentified sources, reported that al Mabhouh’s body was found by staff at the luxury Al Bustan Rotana Hotel in Dubai.

It claims a hit squad injected him with a drug that induced a heart attack, photographed all the documents in his briefcase, and left a “do not disturb” sign on the door.

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