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Licenses, Permits & Contracts

Abrogate Contract

  • Fees- QR100
  • Last Updated 11 Jan, 2021
  • Service Type : E-Service
  • Service Mode : Online
  • Service Provider : Ministry of Justice
  • Service Classification : G2C, G2B
  • Topic : Religion and Community, Visas and Official Documents
Intended Audience
Visitor: Business Owner
Citizen: Business Owner, Employee
Resident: Employee

Service Description

You may apply online to the Documentation Department at the Ministry of Justice to abrogate a contract governing a previous agreement between two parties. This contract has to be kept and earlier documented by the department.

Online Instructions

  • Enter Sak Electronic Portal and log in as Hukoomi user.
  • Select Signature Authentication Services from the list of Documentation Department services.
  • Select "Abrogate Contract", and select modification of first party (applicant) data.
  • Select your identity and confirm your choice, then click on "Save".
  • Select add a "second party", and enter the ID number and expiry date.
  • Select the identity and confirm your choice, then click on "Save".
  • Select forms, and enter the contract data.
  • Select forms, click "Save", then submit your application.
  • Attach copy of Qatari ID, commercial registration, establishment ID, power of attorney, letter from Authority of Minors Affairs, passport, and contract.

Additional Information

  • The system identifies the applicant through logging in.
  • In case the transaction is reapplication, the system will display the rejected application data, then the user will have to review and modify the data and resend it in no more than 15 days from the rejection date or, otherwise, it will be canceled.
  • In case the transaction is “complete transaction”, the system will display the “incomplete” application data, and the user will have to review the data then complete the application and send it. In case the application is not completed within seven days, the transaction will be canceled.
  • In case the application has been rejected before, the system will issue a new number for the transaction.
  • After logging in and selecting the type of transaction, the system will display the applicant data (identity proof type, identity proof number, card expiry date) through the user's registration data as a first party. The system is not allowed to modify or cancel the first party's data registered in login data.
  • No data shall be displayed through linkage with other entities.
  • The party's data is verified through QID number - expiry date.
  • The applicant must be a resident/citizen and registered in Hukoomi database, and must be verified as being alive.
  • The first or the second party could be more than one person.
  • The second party is optional.
  • The applicant cannot be repeated with the same identity or the same identity proof data.
  • It has to be confirmed the applicant is not on the forbidden from disposition list.
  • It is not allowed to amend in the selected forms, but it is allowed to add text to the subject.
  • In case the contract was prepared online on Sak, it is a must to enter the authentication number, and ensure who has the right to terminate the contract.
  • Make sure the authentication number is related to the transaction of contract.
  • It is allowed to amend the contract data in the specific field only.
  • You can also visit one of the ministry's branches to obtain the certificate.
  • A transaction can be completed through visiting any of the single window OSS branches of the ministry.


  • Three copies: QR100
  • Each party: QR50
  • Any additional copy: QR50

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