In the last decade, Qatar has witnessed a clear movement toward a modern and com- prehensive legislative reform. The aim of this reform is to promote commercial growth and sustain the economic development of the country. One of the cornerstones of this reform is the amendments pertaining to commercial law. In this regard, corporate law acquires a special importance as it regulates the commercial activities of the compa- nies and enhance their participation in the economic sector. For this reason, the Qatari corporate law has been the subject of consistent amendments in the last decades. These efforts had ended by the adoption of the new corporate law number 11 of the year 2015. The new corporate law aims to strike the balance between the easiness to start up a business and the protection of the company’s interests. This notion has been widely defined and enhanced by French doctrine as well as subsequent decisions of French courts. Yet, Qatari corporate law does not define the notion of the interests of the company nor its context. In this respect, the judicatory plays a vital role in reshaping this notion through its intervention in the company’s matters. One of the signs of this intervention is the judicial power to dismiss a partner. In this paper, we will define the concept of partner dismissal and its implementation to various types of companies.