In this section, you will find all our resources that relate to commercial laws that originate from or are applied in Arab countries.
Where legal texts are not directly from official legislative bodies of the countries concerned, the information should be treated with caution, and not used as a primary source. Should you be interested in an article or a passage specifically, please do not hesitate to contact us for verification by one of our bilingual jurists.
The Law of Trademarks, Royal Decree No. M/21 of August 7, 2002
Copyright Law, Royal Decree No. M/41 of August 30, 2003
The Law Of Trade Names Royal Decree No.M/15 12 Sha’ban 1420/20 November 1999
Law of Arbitration (promulgated by Royal Decree No. M/34 dated 24/5/1433H (April 16, 2012)
Anti-Commercial Fraud Law, Royal Decree No. (M/19) Dated 23/4/1429H (corresponding to 29/4/2008)
United Arab Emirates
Federal Law No. 2 of 2015 Issued on 1/04/2015 (corresponding to 17 Dhi Al-Hijjah 1436 H.) on commercial companies
Law No. 27/1994 Promulgating the Law Concerning Arbitration in Civil and Commercial Matters
The consumer protection law enacted by law number 67 of 2006
Law No. 17 of 1999 Promulgating Trade Law
Prime Ministerial Decree No. 1316 of 2005 Issuing the Executive Regulation of Law No.3 of 2005 on Protection of Competition and Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices
Trademarks Rules No. 1 of 1952
Law No. 9 of 2010 on Investment Promotion
Law No. 9 for 1968 Issuing the Copyright Protection Law