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Convenient Service: You Can Now Access Sharjah Property Ownership Deeds on UAE Pass

UAE Pass serves as the nation's primary digital identity for all citizens and residents

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Staff Writer, TLR

Published on April 15, 2024, 12:20:01


Sharjahs Real Estate Registration Department introduced convenient new service

Sharjah's Real Estate Registration Department has introduced a convenient new service allowing customers to access ownership and usufruct deeds through the UAE Pass app, making it the first government entity in the emirate to offer this feature.

Through the UAE Pass digital identity app, customers can now download various types of deeds, including ownership and private benefit deeds (such as ownership deed, joint ownership deed, usufruct deed, or joint usufruct deed), directly onto their mobile devices.

Abdul Aziz Ahmed Al-Shamsi, Director-General of Sharjah Real Estate Registration Department, emphasised the department's commitment to providing a seamless and efficient experience for customers. He stated: "We aim to facilitate smooth transactions for our customers by ensuring they can complete their tasks quickly and effectively. This aligns with our strategic objectives to deliver services according to the highest global standards."

The "UAE Pass" serves as the nation's primary digital identity for all citizens and residents, enabling users to securely access services from local and federal government agencies without the need to physically visit service centers.

The initiative underscores the UAE's commitment to digital transformation and enhancing public service delivery through innovative digital solutions.

(The writer is a legal associate at NYK Law Firm, one of the top legal consultants in Dubai)

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