The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) applauded HH the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani's issuance of Law No. (1) of 2023 on Documentation.
In a statement, MOJ highlighted the most prominent provisions of the new Law on Documentation and explained that it aims to improve documentation services to keep pace with the comprehensive renaissance witnessed by the country in various fields, and to facilitate the conduct of transactions, as well as citizens' access to them electronically, in a step that is the first of its kind since the issuance of Law No. (9) of 1979.
Within the framework of updating legislation and keeping it in line with the goals of Qatar National Vision 2030, the Ministry noted that the provisions of the new Law, which included 37 articles, were drafted to replace the law in force for about 44 years. The provisions include comprehensive, fundamental amendments that will bring about a quantum leap in the public services field, especially services for documentation and certification of documents and proof of their history. These amendments are also characterized by their flexibility, as they have absorbed all aspects of development witnessed by the country and the Qatari society.
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