Consumer protection is a crucial aspect of any well-functioning economy, ensuring that consumers’ rights are upheld and safeguarded against unfair practices. In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), consumer protection is governed by a comprehensive set of laws and regulations aimed at promoting fair trade practices and protecting consumers’ interests. The UAE prioritizes consumer welfare and has established several key laws to protect consumers’ rights and interests. The primary legislation governing consumer protection in the country is Federal Law No. 24 of 2006 Concerning Consumer Protection (Consumer Protection Law). This law outlines the rights and obligations of consumers and businesses and sets the groundwork for addressing consumer complaints and violations.