Dubai Courts launches new notary service

Intikal service will allow online booking for notaries to visit customer locations

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Dubai Courts launches new notary service The Intikal service will allow users to get a notary public to come to their location.
By  Mark Sutton Published  December 11, 2015

Dubai Courts has launched a new smart service which will enable businesses and individuals to book an appointment online or by email for a public notary to come to their location to transact legal business.

The Intikal service will mean that notary public services such as testifying of documents and contracts of different kinds, declarations, partnerships, sales, signature authentication and other related notary matters, can be conducted on site, instead of the parties having to visit the notary office.

The new service builds on the success of the e-Notary service, an electronic customer transaction service.

"Dubai Courts is keen to raise the happiness index of customers, by simplifying and accelerating litigation services," says HE Tarish Eid Al Mansouri, Director-General of Dubai Courts. "This is in line with the vision of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, for the ‘Dubai Smart Government' initiative. The new ‘Intikal' service allows customers to complete their transactions from anywhere in Dubai round the clock.

"This service represents Dubai Courts' innovative approach in implementing the vision of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum who said: ‘Our goal is to provide 7-star services and we are geared to compete with the private sector in providing services of global standards. Intikal will guarantee customer's satisfaction, by allowing them to complete the transactions in their own time from any place," added HE Al Mansouri.

"We continue our efforts to provide the best legal services to our customers and deliver justice at people's doorstep. We are marching confidently toward implementing the ‘Dubai Plan 2021,' which aims to build a government that is ‘proactive and creative in fulfilling the needs of individuals and society as a whole'. We are also working on providing judicial and legal services in accordance with the highest international standards. The ‘Intikal' service is a milestone in our march towards excellence," Al Mansouri concluded

 

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