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Faculty of Law Center for Islamic and Middle Eastern Legal Studies

Abu Dhabi, 3 January 2017

UAE penalizes possession of wild animals

The United Arab Emirates has made the possession of wild animals as domestic pets illegal, issuing a new law that penalizes offenders with either a fine of up to USD 190,000 or life imprisonment. UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al-Nahyan issued the Federal Law No. 22 of 2016 which aims to regulate the possession, trading and breeding of dangerous animals…

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