Over 21,000 notarial operations conducted through Saudi's Mwathiq digital service in May

The service allows clients to obtain several services without having to visit a notarial office

  
Saudi men walk outside the General Court in Riyadh, July 24, 2018. Image used for illustrative purpose.

Saudi men walk outside the General Court in Riyadh, July 24, 2018. Image used for illustrative purpose.

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RIYADH — Over 21,000 notarial operations were carried out through the Mwathiq.sa online private notarial service of the Saudi Ministry of Justice (MoJ) in past May.

The service allows clients to obtain several services without having to visit a notarial office.

“Clients can visit the Mwathiq.sa website to communicate with the nearest private notary using the provided contact information,” the MoJ said.

In addition, the Mwathiq app enables clients to apply for a service and receive offers from the available private notaries, saving themselves time and effort.

Private notaries offer several services related to powers of attorney, corporate charters, conveyances, liens, title deed corrections, and financial declarations; among others. — SG


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