Dar Al Huqooq Legal Consultants

The well-known and highly regarded law firm of Dar Al Huqooq was established in Sharjah in 1986 in association with the law office of Mr. Maroun Matar in Beirut, it later expanded its offices to Dubai in 1993. The founder of the firm, Advocate Maroun Matar has more than four decades of legal experience in the UAE, Lebanon and other Middle Eastern jurisdictions including international arbitrations centers. Dar Al-Huqooq is licensed to appear and represent clients before all Dubai and UAE courts, Dubai International Financial Centre courts and Lebanese Courts.


The members of the legal team are trilingual speakers who combine their legal expertise with a deep understanding of Arabic and MENA legal culture and norms. Dar Al Huqooq aims at providing its clients with the very best of services in all legal areas and seeks to build long term relationships with clients, based on trust and integrity.

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Dar Al Huqooq manages and provides litigation services in the UAE and Lebanon and cooperates with other law firms to arrange litigation services across the MENA region in states such as...

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Our arbitration expertise extends to various types of disputes and industries, and our lawyers have wide international experience in local and International Commercial Arbitration...

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Dar Al Huqooq offers focused, practical and creative solutions for complex disputes affecting our clients' interests across industries, geographic locations and jurisdictions with the MENA region....

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Real Estate / Property

Our team of dedicated lawyers are an expert resource for all real estate related matters and provide expertise in all matters related to SPAs, loan agreements, assignments, lease and...

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