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  • RPP 5-16 RPP 5-16 Costs

    • RPP 5-16-1

      The DFSA will generally seek litigation costs orders from the Court where it has commenced a proceeding and been successful in achieving all or part of the outcome sought.

      Added by Notice of Updates (Made 23rd November 2014). November 2014 Edition

    • RPP 5-16-2

      Where a Person is found by the FMT or the Court to have contravened a provision of the Law, the FMT or Court may order40 that Person to reimburse the DFSA in respect of the whole or a specified part of the costs and expenses of the investigation, including the remuneration of an officer involved in the investigation.


      40 Article 79(2).

      Added by Notice of Updates (Made 23rd November 2014). November 2014 Edition

    • Undertakings as to Damages

      • RPP 5-16-3

        Under Article 47(1) of the Court Law, the Court shall not require the DFSA to give an undertaking as to damages as a condition for granting an injunction or any order made under DIFC Law. In making any order the Court shall not take into account, in determining the merits of an application for the injunction, that the DFSA has not given an undertaking as to damages.

        Added by Notice of Updates (Made 23rd November 2014). November 2014 Edition

    • Enforcement of Orders

      • RPP 5-16-4

        The DFSA will do all things necessary and, where appropriate, commence relevant actions to ensure full compliance with any orders of the FMT or of the Court which arise out of an investigation.

        Added by Notice of Updates (Made 23rd November 2014). November 2014 Edition

      • RPP 5-16-5

        In particular, Article 90(10) provides that the DFSA may apply to the Court for recovery, as a debt due, of so much of a fine as is not paid by a party together with costs. Further, in appropriate circumstances, the DFSA may apply to the Court for the winding up of a body corporate.

        Added by Notice of Updates (Made 23rd November 2014). November 2014 Edition