Corona virus
Corona virus

Gulf countries ’decisions: canceling fees and reducing the initiative. Reducing real estate rents in some regions. After the fallout from the Corona virus, there are expatriates hoping to transmit the" complexes "infection to their apartments.

In this context, some owners of investment buildings responded positively to the repercussions of the government closure, by exempting the population from March rent, as the commercial complexes witnessed, while others exempted from the rent of two consecutive months, due to the financial challenges imposed by the current crisis on many tenants after the salary of some of them stopped Suddenly.

On the other hand, many of the expatriates reported that the spread of the virus and the governmental precautionary steps necessitated the closure of the places in which they work, and therefore they do not have to wait for their usual salaries, given the incurred by the owners of the projects in which they work, large operating losses, and a large segment of them operate the contracting system, which means Legally, she is not entitled to receive dues unless she does her work. They also emphasized that the Corona crisis had a severe impact on their incomes, to the degree that leads them to the possibility of defaulting on the payment of their rent and then entering into legal battles with the owners.
The Executive Council of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi decided to cancel the transit fees for the four traffic tariff gates on Abu Dhabi Island, until the end of 2020

It is noteworthy that the traffic tariff system in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi entered into force last January by calculating the fees for crossing gates during peak times from 7:00 - 9:00 am, and from 5:00 - 7:00 pm from Saturday to Thursday, At a rate of 4 dirhams per crossing, and a maximum of 16 dirhams for individual vehicles per day, fees are deducted automatically from the prepaid user account, without any charges outside peak times, Friday days, and during official holidays.