Skip Navigation Link
close

For whom are you looking for services?

Visitor

  • Student Visitor
  • Tourist Visitor
  • Business Owner Visitor

Citizen

  • Parent Citizen
  • Business Owner Citizen
  • Employee Citizen

Resident

  • Parent Resident
  • Employee Resident
Now explore services 10x faster. Is this easy to understand?

Is this easy to understand?

Close
Other Services

Request to Transfer or Sell Usufruct Right of Real Estate Unit

  • Fees- one quarter
  • Last Updated 21 Apr, 2021
  • Service Type : E-Service
  • Service Mode : Hybrid (Online and Offline)
  • Service Provider : Ministry of Justice
  • Service Classification : G2C, G2B
  • Topic : Business and Finance, Housing
Intended Audience
Citizen:Business Owner, Employee
Resident:Employee

Description

Companies and individuals may submit a request online to the Real Estate Registrations Department at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) to transfer or sell usufruct right of real estate unit, which is a transaction that the usufruct right transfer (sell) from the original beneficiary to another beneficiary, taking into account the terms and the remaining period of the contract.

Online Instructions

  • Login to Sak portal using your username and password on Hukoomi.
  • Select “Real Estate Registration Services”, then “Registration Right Use Services”, and then “Sell Usufruct Right - Real Estate Unit”.
  • Enter the book information (certificate, date, beginning and end of usufruct).
  • Enter the real estate unit details.
  • Enter the beneficiary details that the usufruct right transferred to him/her.
  • Click on Add Attachment to attach the following required documents:
    • Personal identification (copy of QID/ passport) for natural person
    • Copy of valid commercial registration, establishment ID and commercial license (for juridical person).
    • The original title deed.
    • Letter of approval of the district administration.
    • Copy of valid power of attorney, in case the signature on the document is based on a power of attorney
    • Usufruct verifying contract including the agreed value and period.
    • Other documents (determination of heirs, letter from the General Authority for Minor Affairs, entities’ approvals)
  • Click on Save Attachments.
  • Pay appropriate fees and submit your request.

Fees

Fees will be calculated as one quarter of the usufruct value or one eighth of the property value (in the event that the value of the usufruct is not specified), in addition of 200 QR for bond fees and 100 QR for scheme fees.

Additional Information

  • After the request gets submitted, this message will be displayed: The application has been submitted successfully (request number) and pending is the Department’s approval.
  • The request will be directed to the Registration Department to review the contract and specify the approval or rejection.
  • A message will be sent to all parties of the transaction with the status of the request.
  • Within two working days, the application will be approved or rejected, clarifying the reasons. In case the request is approved, the parties of the transaction must go to one of the branches of MOJ to complete the application.
  • The party’s data is verified through the QID number, along with its expiry date.
  • The user must be registered on Hukoomi portal, to be able to access the National Authentication System.
  • The transaction may be submitted by a representative, who will not be considered as one of the parties in the transaction.
  • The transaction may also be completed by visiting any of the Single Window branches affiliated to MOJ or through Sak mobile app.

Was this service helpful?