Legal Notices


“client” means the owner or owners of the company or person or persons authorized by the owner(s) who have requested Expats Law to provide services to the owner(s) or authorized person(s) of the company and in the case of more than one owner or person mean such owners or persons jointly and severally.
“client’s appointees” means any and all persons who may from time to time be nominated, appointed or act as director, alternate director, secretary, manager, partner, trustee, protector, bank signatory, other officer, grantee of a power of attorney, administrator, registered agent, or provider of a registered office, address for legal service, or registered shareholder of the company.
“Expats Law” means Expayts Law and Corporate Services FZCO.
“company” means any company, trust, foundation or other legally recognized structure established and/or administered by Expats Law.
“person” means any human, firm, company or other body incorporated or unincorporated.
“services” means, but are not limited to, company formation, management, administration, registered agent, company secretarial, nominee directors or shareholders, bank or brokerage introductions, trustee, advisory and other related services provided by Expats Law to client’s company.


A. Expats Law reserves the right to discontinue providing services and ceasing to act without notice for any client if any client is or becomes an excluded person or engages in any illegal or barred activity. An excluded person includes those who have been imprisoned or found guilty of any criminal offence, persons who have been proven to have acted in a fraudulent or dishonest manner in any civil proceedings and persons who have acted in any manner displaying moral turpitude. Illegal or barred activities include illegal or other activities related to money laundering, receiving the proceeds of drug trafficking, terrorist activities or criminal activities or trading with such countries which have been excluded by banks and financial institutions from time to time.
B. Business activities not approved by Expats Law include, but are not limited to, industrial espionage, trading in arms and weapons, human beings, human or animal organs, biological substances or nuclear materials, pornography, gaming and any other purpose which is illegal under the laws of any place of incorporation or establishment of the company or place in which it carries on business or other purposes deemed unacceptable to Expats Law.


A. Client undertakes to make payment of the negotiated and agreed fees for services charged by Expats Law or of any of its related company upon client receiving an invoice from Expats Law for the same. Fees are as stated in Expats Law’s published fee schedule, which is subject to change from time to time.
B. Client undertakes to pay Expats Law in advance all costs, government duties, license fees or government fees of any nature relating to the company. Expats Law will not be liable for any penalties, fines or other liabilities incurred by the client or by the company, and the client accepts full responsibility to pay these and indemnify Expats Law against any liability in respect of the same.
C. In the event client fails to settle immediately the invoices issued by  Expats Law, then client authorizes Expats Law to deduct the fees, direct costs and other fees from any account or funds under the control of Expats Law that belong to the client.
D. If client does not require the services provided by Expats law, then client shall advise Expats Law accordingly within thirty days of receipt of Expats Law’s quotation for the forthcoming year’s services. If client fails to notify Expats Law within the relevant thirty days, then client shall be deemed to have agreed to pay Expats Law’s invoice for the services in full.
E. Expats Law reserves the right not to provide services or to act on client’s instructions. If Expats Law ceases to provide services or ceases to act for any reason whatever, Expats Law will refund monies paid for the same, except disbursements already paid as government duties, license fees or government fees.


A. No reference shall be made to the registered office address(es) and correspondence address(es) provided by Expats Law to client’s company in any marketing or corporate materials, advertisements or public announcements without the specific written consent of Expats Law.
B. Expats Law or the registered agent in the relevant jurisdiction may move their offices to another location and such a move may require changing of the registered office address(es) of the company. Expats Law undertakes to give client as much advance notice as possible of any such move, but it will not accept responsibility for any costs incurred by the client as a result thereof.


A. Client shall provide Expats Law with a copy of his/her passport and utility bill for Expats Law’s records. Expats Law shall retain the copy of client’s passport in strict confidence unless required to disclose the same to a bank or brokerage firm to open an account or by a competent court of law or otherwise instructed by the client.
B. Client shall provide Expats Law with updated contact details and instructions regarding restrictions on communication matters.
C. Client shall not involve the company in any unlawful act or undertaking as the same may be defined in various jurisdictions in which client’s company does business. It shall be client’s sole responsibility to determine whether any such acts or undertakings are unlawful. Expats Law shall not be responsible for any unlawful act or undertaking in which the client or client’s company has been engaged.
D. Client shall ensure that he has checked his situation in his home tax country and shall not commit any offense or fraud. Tax evasion is the illegal practice of not paying taxes, by not reporting income, reporting expenses not legally allowed, or by not paying taxes owed. Expats Lax expressly disclaims any liability about client not reporting tax in his home country.
E. Client shall ensure that the company has sufficient funds to meet its commitments to Expats Law and other third party suppliers of services and/or products in a timely manner. Expats Law shall not be responsible for financial commitments of client’s company.
F. Expats Law expressly disclaims any liability to the client, the company, and any third parties for any damage or loss to the client, the company or any other person arising out of the use of the company and/or services by the client or any other person.
G. Client shall indemnify and hold harmless Expats Law, its affiliates and their directors, officers, employees and agents from and against all claims, actions, costs (including legal) and liabilities arising out of or relating to these service terms and the services provided to the company.


Expats Law will not divulge to any third party any information concerning the company, its owners, its directors and shareholders, without the prior consent of the owner. This clause is inapplicable when Expats Law is compelled by law to disclose such information.


A. All instructions or requests concerning the affairs of the company shall be given by the client in writing to Expats Law. Expats Law may, at its sole discretion, agree to take action on any request or instruction given otherwise than in writing only on the express understanding that Expats Law shall not be liable in respect of any misunderstanding or error regarding the same.
B. All communications in relation to the administration of the company shall be deemed to have been properly communicated to the client if sent to the postal address, email address or facsimile as notified to Expats Law by the client.
C. Expats Law shall not be liable for any failure to comply wholly or in part with any instructions received from the client and shall not be responsible for consequences arising from non-receipt of instructions for any reason.
D. Expats Law is not responsible for non-bank account opening. Expats Law only provide assistance with banks and shall not be liable for any failure or issue concerning bank account opening or closure.
E. Expats Law provides information in its brochure, world wide web site and other materials regarding corporate services and commercial matters. Such information does not purport to be legal, tax or other professional advice.
F. Where Expats Law receives mail, whether by the postal service, courier or other means on behalf of client, Expats Law reserves the right to inspect the contents of such mail.


These service terms supersede all prior service terms whether oral or written and no prior notice is required to be given to client or potential clients.


Any and all obligations of Expats Law shall cease forthwith if the client shall fail to observe these service terms or if it comes to the attention of Expats Law that the company is being used for activities other than the nature of business to be undertaken by the company as provided by the client in the company order.


Any dispute arising out of or in connection with this contract, including any question regarding its existence, validity or termination, shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Dubai Municipality Courts. This contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of Dubai.


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