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Bahrain Court Orders Real Estate Firm To Pay BD214,000 To Consultant

The Court of Cassation in Bahrain has ruled that a real estate development company must pay a sum of BD214,000 to one of its consultants.

The court found that the company had violated the terms of the consulting contract when it terminated the agreement with the consultant.

According to the court records, the consultant had served as a senior investment manager at the company from 2016 until the end of 2021.

Subsequently, the company entered into a consulting contract with the consultant in 2022, appointing him as a real estate development consultant.

The consulting contract was set for five years and included a provision that required the company to compensate the consultant for the remainder of the contract period if the agreement was terminated prematurely.

Despite this contractual obligation, the company failed to pay the consultant’s wages as stipulated and instead issued multiple warnings regarding his work tasks as a pretext for terminating the contract.


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