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Dubai Courts enters World Record Books

posted on 11/10/2013: 2919 views


The Dubai Courts has entered the Guinness Book of World Records for setting a new record in e-auctions.

The Dubai Courts has broken the record for the most expensive property sold via an e-auction conducted through smart applications. The property in question was valued at nearly Dh 94 million, and as a result the Dubai Courts is now the first court to ever have an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Dr. Ahmed Saeed bin Hazeem, Managing Director of Dubai Courts, received the certificate of registration during a meeting in the presence of Abdullah Matar Al-Mannaei, CEO of Emirates Auction, and a number of officials. - Emirates News Agency, WAM

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