The Emirates Law of Civil Transactions is based on the rules set by Islamic Law. However; it suffers from faults or short comings in the legal texts and even, sometimes, a contradiction in the merits or judgement. These faults are consequences of the presence of statements extracted from defective or imperfect laws such as the Jordanian law, or a contradiction due to differences between Malek’s or Hanbal’s and Al-Numan’s shools.

In this research, the author deals with the text of the United Arab Emirates Law of Civil Transactions that are related to commitments and contracts. As he believes in the existence of faulty or imperfect text he suggests corrections or alternative text. In addition, he points out the successful achievements of Emirates legislation in comparison to other countries.

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