Most Expensive Divorce in British History! Ruler of Dubai will give compensation of Rs 5540 crore to wife

The judge said in his decision that until the children’s education is completed, the Dubai Ruler will have to pay an annual payment of 11 million pounds.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai

A British court on Tuesday ordered the ruler of Dubai to pay 554 million pounds (Rs 5540 crore) to his ex-wife and their children. It is one of the most expensive divorces in British history. A judge in London granted Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum three months to protect Princess Haya bint al-Hussein and cover lost items such as jewelery and clothing. Ordered to pay within £251.5 million.

The judge said in his decision that until the children’s education is completed, the ruler of Dubai will have to pay an annual payment of 11 million pounds. This amount will be secured by a bank guarantee of £290 million. Judge Philip Moore said it would provide financial assistance to Princess Haya after their divorce. He said Sheikh has taken an unusually high prize for security guarantees on its head. Another judge said that the ruler of Dubai had ordered the hacking of the phones of his wife and her legal team. Sheikh did not even make any claim from his side in the matter.

Thought of providing security to children: Sheikh

The total amount Shaikh would have to pay to his family is likely to be much higher, because of the annual security cost he would have to pay directly to his children after completing their education. Sheikh said in a statement that he has always ensured that he provides security to his children. Princess Haya’s lawyers declined to comment on the decision. London’s family courts have been famous for dealing with large sums of money. Where the judge usually keeps ordering a more equal share of the property of a couple.

Why did the princess make a financial claim?

Over the past two years, London courts have delivered judgments on a number of allegations related to the Dubai royal family. According to the judge’s decision, Princess Haya said during the case that she was under siege and the sheikh’s monitoring was disturbing. The princess had made a financial claim because she wanted to regain her personal wealth. As part of the settlement, Judge Moore awarded the family more than £5 million annually to spend on vacations, including flights on private jets.

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