Ex­penses cut

‘Grandma rich’

Arab Times - - LOCAL - By Jaber Al-Hamoud Al-Seyas­sah Staff

KUWAIT CITY, July 17: The Fam­ily Court re­voked the rent ex­penses that were be­ing paid to a woman who was given cus­tody of her grand­chil­dren af­ter the chil­dren’s mother mar­ried a for­eigner.

Lawyer Mubarak Al-Khashab sued the grand­mother on be­half of his client, the fa­ther of the chil­dren.

He ex­plained that the grand­mother owns two real-es­tate prop­er­ties — one in Ah­madi and an­other in Jaber Al-Ali, due to which she must not be given rent ex­penses.

Lawyer Al-Khashab pre­sented doc­u­ments to prove the woman’s own­er­ship of the two real-es­tate prop­er­ties. He said ar­ti­cle No. 198 of the per­sonal sta­tus Law No. 51/1984 stip­u­lates the right to ob­tain rent ex­penses falls when the cus­to­dian owns real-es­tate prop­erty.

Act­ing on in­for­ma­tion, the con­cerned au­thor­ity set a trap for them and caught them red-handed.

Po­lice have seized from them 400 stamps. They were re­port­edly sell­ing the stamps for half the orig­i­nal prices.

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