Oman’s Supreme Judicial Council activates the ‘Tawtheeq’ digital platform

Muscat: The Supreme Judicial Council announced the activation of the ‘Tawtheeq’ digital platform for notary services, based on Resolution No. 2023/322 regarding the digital transformation of notary services, according to which the services of notary departments in the governorates of the Sultanate of Oman are provided and completed electronically, achieving connectivity and integration with government agencies and ensuring The feature of verifying the validity and accuracy of data and documents.

The new procedures will also include converting all paper documents contained in the Tawtheeq platform, such as agencies, declarations, pledges, etc., to electronic documents issued by the electronic documentation system, and that the issued documents will be considered official and reliable in all governmental and private institutions, in keeping with the digital transformation plans of the Supreme Judicial Council, which aim to facilitate… Accelerating procedures and comprehensive electronic transformation of all services.

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