As everybody knows, Arabic is a national language of UAE. It is also the written language of all the governmental/ministerial bodies of UAE. Therefore, if you are planning to submit your documents in any of the government body of UAE, you will have to get them legally translated in Arabic.
Ministry of Justice approved legal translation Dubai is widely seen to be done for submission in court amid litigation cases. For example, if you are acting in a capacity of plaintiff, you will need to submit all the supporting documents to make your case stronger. For example, if the defendant has not cleared payment in respect of the services or supplies, plaintiff will get all the relevant documents legally translated into Arabic, such as invoices, purchase orders, quotations, delivery notes, sales and purchase agreement and any other document as per their industry standard.
Similarly, if you received a cheque from someone in exchange of cash or services, and the respective cheque has been bounced back due to insufficient funds in the issuer account, you can file a police case against the cheque issuer. However, you will need to get the cheque officially translated into Arabic by a sworn translation office in Dubai. Once the certified translation is done, the beneficiary can proceed to take necessary legal action.