When is a labour accommodation considered a residential property in the UAE?
A labour accommodation is considered to be residential when the following conditions are met:
Employees have occupied the building as their principal place of residence.
The building is immovable and is fixed to the ground.
The building has been constructed or converted into a residential property legally.
There are no additional services provided along with accommodation (as in the case of a hotel, bed and breakfast establishment, or serviced apartment).