Abu Dhabi Crown Prince orders rental eviction halt
The order is applicable to foreclosure on bank accounts, cars, bonds and real estate for two months
Abu Dhabi Crown Prince, HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has ordered the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department to stop any rental eviction procedures, in an attempt to provide support to the community, in the light of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
Mohamed bin Zayed orders the Abu Dhabi judicial department to stop any rental eviction procedures. This also applies to foreclosure on bank accounts, cars, bonds & real estate for 2 months commencing on the date of this order. This does not apply to alimony & labour fees— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) March 23, 2020
The order is applicable to foreclosure on bank accounts, cars, bonds and real estate for two months, commencing on the date of the order, and does not apply to alimony and labour fees, Abu Dhabi Media Office has stated.
In a separate move to ease financial burdens of tenants, government-owned investment company Sharjah Asset Management has exempted the rent for three months for Sharjah's Jubail and Al-Haraj markets' lessees, Sharjah News, which is the official news account for government agency, Sharjah Radio and Television Authority, has confirmed.