Trespassers Can Be Fined Up To AED10,000 And/Or Jailed For 1 Year

Mayar Ibrahim

Trespassers could be fined up to AED10,000 and/or spend 1 year in jail for entering someone’s home by force or without permission.

The UAE Public Prosecution released a video explaining how the UAE prosecutes trespassers

A trespasser is someone who enters the property or home of another person without their permission. Additionally, if someone enters the home or property of another by force it is also classified as a crime.

Whoever trespasses onto the property of another is liable to prosecution. Authority will fine the person up to AED10,000 and/or 1 year in jail. This is in coordination with Article 474 of the Federal Decree Law No. 31 or 2021.

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