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Royal Decree 125/2020 Promulgating the Law on the Simplification of Litigation Procedures regarding Some Disputes

2020/125 125/2020

Arabic

We, Haitham bin Tarik, the Sultan of Oman

after perusal of the Basic Statute of the State,

Royal Decree 6/89 regarding the Regulation of the Relationship between Landlords and Tenants of Residences and Commercial and Industrial Premises and the Registration of Their Lease Contracts,

the Law of Arbitration in Civil and Commercial Disputes promulgated by Royal Decree 47/97,

the Judicial Authority Law promulgated by Royal Decree 90/99,

the Law of the Administrative Court promulgated by Royal Decree 91/99,

the Criminal Procedure Law promulgated by Royal Decree 97/99,

the Civil and Commercial Procedure Law promulgated by Royal Decree 29/2002,

the Labour Law promulgated by Royal Decree 35/2003,

the Law of Public Notaries promulgated by Royal Decree 40/2003,

the Law of Evidence in Civil and Commercial Transactions promulgated by Royal Decree 68/2008,

the Electronic Transactions Law promulgated by Royal Decree 69/2008,

Royal Decree 10/2012 Governing the Administration of Judicial Affairs,

and the Foreign Capital Investment Law promulgated by Royal Decree 50/2019,

and in pursuance of public interest,

have decreed as follows

Article I

The attached Law on the Simplification of Litigation Procedures regarding Some Disputes shall apply.

Article II

The Chairman of the Council of the Administrative Affairs for the Judiciary shall issue the necessary regulations and decisions for implementing the provisions of the attached law.

Article III

All that is contrary to the attached law, or in conflict with its provisions, is hereby repealed.

Article IV

This decree shall be published in the Official Gazette, and comes into force after the lapse of 3 (three) months from the date of its publication.

Issued on: 26 Rabi Al-Awwal 1442
Corresponding to: 12 November 2020 

Haitham bin Tarik
Sultan of Oman

Published in Official Gazette 1367 issued on 22 November 2020.


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