Impounded vehicles not claimed during a grace period of six will be sold in a public auction.
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DUBAI – The Ras Al Khaimah Municipality said it is set to auction off 104 impounded vehicles that have been impounded for more than six months.
“Some of these vehicles were left abandoned on public roads and squares, while others were left around scrap outlets for a long time,” said Munzir bin Shukr Al Zaabi, director general of the RAK Municipality.
Al Zaabi said the owners of the vehicles failed to remove them on time after the notice period.
Impounded vehicles not claimed during a grace period of six will be sold in a public auction, according to UAE law.
Al Zaabi said, however, that the owners of the impounded vehicles will be given one more chance to claim the vehicles before the auction begins. They will need to make a full payment of due fees and fines. GAD/Expat Media
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