A young man commits fines of 16 thousand dirhams before registering the car in his name
Al Ain Court of First Instance rejected the lawsuit of a vehicle owner who sold it for 10,16 dirhams to a young man who committed traffic violations of 510,16 dirhams before registering it in his name. The court explained that the plaintiff had not taken the path laid down by law regarding the objection to traffic violations.
In detail, the owner of a car filed a lawsuit, demanding the transfer of traffic violations worth 510 thousand and 10 dirhams from his traffic code to the traffic code of a young man while obliging him to pay judicial fees and expenses, explaining that the young man bought the vehicle from him for 14 thousand dirhams, and after receiving it, he committed traffic violations, exceeding its value, and submitted a copy of the ownership of the vehicle stating that it was registered in the name of the complainant, and a copy of the sales contract, and a statement of traffic violations on the vehicle subject of the lawsuit.
In its ruling, the court stated that it is legally prescribed that in the event of transferring the ownership of the vehicle, the original owner must within 14 days notify the competent department of the licensing authority of this accompanied by a copy of the documents proving the transfer of ownership, and the new owner must submit within <> days the application for transfer of ownership to the competent department of the licensing authority on the form prepared for this purpose, accompanied by the license to operate the vehicle, the title transfer deed and the documents for proving the identity of the new owner, and the owner of the first license remains loaded with obligations The vehicle until the license is transferred to the other party.
She pointed out that the legislator has drawn a way to object to traffic violations, including that the objector argues that he has not committed the traffic violation or that it is not correct or that it has already been adjudicated by a judicial authority, pointing out that the plaintiff's adherence to the request to convert traffic violations to the traffic code of the young man is in fact a request for an objection to the traffic violation regulated by the executive regulations of the Traffic and Traffic Law, which the Public Prosecution is competent to consider, which must not accept this request for not taking the road drawn by the law Regarding the objection to traffic violations, the court ruled to dismiss the lawsuit and obligated the plaintiff to pay judicial fees and expenses.