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Largest Online Database of Arab Country Laws

Whether you are a student, a historian, a teacher, a banker, a lawyer, a public servant, a researcher, an advertisement expert, a news writer or reporter, a nationalistic Arab, or anyone who simply wants a translated copy of any translated version of an Arabian nation's law, then you have found the right place.

Arab Laws World's website offers English and Arabic translations of famous laws from different countries of the Middle East and members of the Gulf Cooperation Council or GCC. In the Middle East, these include Egypt, Lebanon, Libya, Syria, and Yemen. In the GCC, included are Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates. All other countries include Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Mauritania, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan, and Tunisia.

Arab Laws World offer translation jobs from Arabic to English and vice versa. Aside from these, professional translations into 65 other major languages are also accepted. Translations can be for different purposes such as legal, public relations, financial, technical, and even for advertising.

It is an online based firm which provides not only translation jobs but many other communication services to law firms, public relation companies, government offices, educational institutions, banks, advertising agencies, computer and technology firms, training facilities, among many others.

The top 5 most requested translations include the following: Syrian Law No. 51 of 2004 on Contract Regulation, Yemeni Law No. 14 of 2002 on the Civil Code, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Meem/4 of 1991 concerning Professional Companies Statute & its Executive Regulations, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Customs Regulations, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Meem/5 Dated 4/5/1404 Hijri Concerning Commercial Trademarks. Hijiri is an Islamic calendar used by Muslim nations.

For Bahrain, 68 pre-translated laws are available. For Egypt, 10 are listed. Four are for Iraq. Forty is for Kuwait. Lebanon only shows one. Libya has 14. Morocco only shows one as well. Oman shows a large number at 74. Qatar also has a great number of translations at 110. Saudi Arabia only shows a huge number at 72. Sudan has just one too. Syria has three. UAE has the largest number of pre-translated decrees at 5580 all together. Yemen has nine.

For the UAE, specific translation jobs include the following: Federal Laws, Federal Decrees, Federal Resolutions, Federal Circulars, Decretal of Federal Laws, and Local Government Laws.

All other countries listed on the website do not have pre-translated laws yet but are still open for any type of translation job orders. The website is also available in both English and Arabic versions. The website translation option is found on the upper right hand corner of the site.

Anyone from anywhere around the world can be able to order translated laws. Online inquiries are possible through email. For those who can drop by physically, there office is found in Dubai, UAE. For online orders, a list of laws already translated in english is available on this website. Corresponding prices are also listed. When ordering online, payment methods are through PayPal, major credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Discover, and electronic checks.