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Resolution on Regulation of Dubai Municipality Markets Issued

5/10/2016

An Executive Council Resolution No. (50) of 2016 now regulates Dubai Municipality’s markets.

An Executive Council Resolution No. (50) of 2016 now regulates Dubai Municipality’s markets. The Resolution aims to boost economic development, help enhance food security and ensure public health and safety in Dubai.

The Resolution seeks to set up markets and regulate the trading of certain goods and products through dedicated markets. It also defines the terms and conditions for leasing and subleasing. In addition, all tenants are bound by the Municipality’s rules and regulations and should abide by the clauses of the tenancy contract signed with the Municipality.

Penalties that will be imposed on anyone who violates its provisions are specified by the Resolution. It also clearly defines complaint procedures.

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