Do Landlord have the right to increase the Rent in Dubai?

Decree No 43 of 2013 regulates rental increases as follows:
  • No increase is allowed if the existing rent is up to 10% less than the average rental for similar real property units in the same location.
  • 5% increase is allowed if the rent is 11–20% less than the average.
  • 10% increase if the rent is 21–30% less than the average.
  • 15% increase if the rent is 31–40% less than the average.
The DLD has a free Rent Increase Calculator, based on the rent index, readily accessible on its website to check whether any increase in the annual rent applies. 0% increase if the rent is more than 40 per cent less than the average.

New Branch of Dubai Court


Dubai Court is delighted to announce that they have a new branch at Wafi Mall to provide the Legal Services listed in below:

  1. Amicable Settlement of Dispute

  2. Notary Public

  3. Attestation Personal Status

Address: First Floor, Wafi Mall, Umm Hurair, Dubai

How can I discount my debts with banks?

How to discount debts with banks in Dubai?

While it would be great if we all had plenty money to fund all of living costs without concern, we know that’s not the case. Sometimes we have to borrow a little to keep moving forward, and that’s when a personal loan can be a good solution. However, after that, it may gradually turn into an issue.

The terms of credit cards are very clear, but unfortunately some consumers may not take their time to pay attention to the terms and conditions.

Over the past five years, we have restructured many outstanding loans for clients based on our experience and knowledge in banking rules and regulations in order to reduce the interest rate according to their current income and financial capabilities.

If you are aware of those who are in default payment or paying the installments are becoming a nightmare, please contact us for a free legal advice before it’s too late.

When Landlord may demand eviction of the tenant ?

Landlord may demand eviction of tenant upon expiry of tenancy contract in the following cases:
  • If development requirements in the Emirate requires demolition and reconstruction of the property in accordance with government authorities instructions.
  • If the property requires renovation or comprehensive maintenance which cannot be executed while tenant is occupying the property, provided that a technical report attested by Dubai Municipality is to be submitted to this effect.
  • If landlord wishes to demolish the property for reconstruction or to add new constructions that prevent tenant from benefiting from the leased property, provided that necessary licenses are obtained.
  • If landlord wishes to recover the property for use by him personally or by his next of kin of first degree.
However, in all above mentioned four cases, landlord must notify tenant with reasons of eviction at least ninety (90) days prior to expiry date of tenancy contract. Article:
If upon expiry of the tenancy period, the landlord demands recovery of the property for his own use, or use by his first degree next of kin, and the Committee approves the same, then landlord shall not rent the property to others before one year from date of recovery of the property, otherwise the tenant shall have the right to request the Committee to order proper compensation to him.