Not only can this lead to injustices on a case-by-case basis, but it also prevents the right from developing in response to new problems. Overall, the UAE Code of Civil Procedure provides that in the event of an insurance-related dispute, jurisdiction is transferred to the jurisdiction of the Emirate where the beneficiary resides or is the insured property (while this remains the case, the procedure has changed slightly due to the creation of the IDC – see below). One of the decisions of the General Assembly of the Civil Chambers of the Court of Cassation (GACC) on this issue indicates that the arbitration clause in the contract between the insured and the injurious party is extended to the insurer due to the principle of the transfer of claims7. . . .