First phase of E-certification Service for Lease Contracts launched: Muscat Municipality


Muscat Municipality launches First phase of E-certification Service for Lease Contracts

Muscat: Muscat Municipality launched today the first phase of the electronic certification service for lease contracts, which includes new residential lease contracts only.

The subsequent phase of the service will include the electronic certification process for various other types of lease contracts. In the first phase, the service targets all members of society, with the exception for agencies and government entities, which will be dealt with according to the previously followed procedures.

This step stems from the importance of regulation of the rental relationship and documenting rental contracts between the owner (lessor) and the beneficiary (tenant), and in an effort to simplify and simplify the procedures for providing services and digital transformation in completing service transactions.

The implementation of this service comes within Muscat Municipality’s plan for electronic transformation of services, re-engineering some municipal services procedures, simplifying them, and reducing the time to complete transactions.

This move comes is in line with the country’s approach towards achieving the goals of e-government.   – ONA

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