Dubai - Staff on trial for forging trade licences, embezzlement in UAE

Dubai - Staff on trial for forging trade licences, embezzlement in UAE
Dubai - Staff on trial for forging trade licences, embezzlement in UAE

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Aden - Yasmine El Tohamy - The Public Prosecution referred the case to the criminal court for further legal procedures.

An Arab man stood trial at a Dubai court accused of forging trade licences and invoices to embezzle Dh347,956 from his workplace.

According to court records, the accused presented fake trade licences to the company that owns different food establishments in different emirates and lied to the management that he renewed the same after paying the amount.

The incident came to light in June 2017, when an inspector from the Department of Economic Development in Ras Al Khaimah visited a restaurant of the company and told them that the licence was expired.

The 49-year-old manager of the establishment, who is a witness in the case, provided the official with a copy of the renewed licence, which was proved to be counterfeit upon verification.

The company checked the licences of the other establishments owned by the firm and found that the licences in Sharjah and Abu Dhabi were not renewed.

When he was confronted, the accused told the manager that the licences were renewed by himself, adding that he was ready to submit proof for the same.

However, the defendant didn't attend the work again, which made the company lodge a complaint at Al Rashidiya Police Station. The Dubai Public Prosecution referred the case to the criminal court for further legal procedures, charging the defendant with embezzlement, counterfeiting and breach of trust.

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