This service allows the developer to apply for the deregistration of the provisional registration for investors who have breached their contractual obligations due to non-payment of the installments due under the off-plan sales contract.
Phase I: (Issue a notice to deregistration of the provisional sale):
1- Attach a copy of the pages of the real estate sale contract, which contain the details of the seller and purchaser, details of the property, and the agreed upon payment schedule.
2- Attach a copy of a real estate developer's warning
3- Attach a copy of a real estate developer's warning letter
4- Attach a copy of proof of the purchaser's receipt of a real estate developer's notice
5- Individuals: A copy of the passport or national ID
6- Companies: A copy of the trade license with a copy of the valid passport of the authorized signatory as the license will indicate the name of the authorized signatory
7- Technical report for the villas: In the event that the property to be deregistered is a villa
For units: A technical report for the building that contains the unit if the project contains more than one building
8- A copy of a real estate developer's notification to the purchaser of paying the due payment before the date of issuance of the final warning, in the event that the unit is related to the completion percentage or project handover.
9- Attaching a receipt proving payment of the registration fees in case the investor paid more than 40% of the contract value
phase II: (Completing the provisional deregistration application)
1- Attaching a copy of the deregistration notice issued by the Legal Affairs Department
2- Attaching a copy of the notice dispatch as per the addresses set out in the sale and purchase contract or the reservation (booking) form, if the contract is not available.
3- Attach a copy of the purchaser's receipt of the notice
Note: In the event that the notice is not received at the addresses set out in the contract, a notice will be made through an official gazettes
4- Attaching a copy of the publication notice in an official gazettes in Arabic language and English
5- A copy of the no-objection letter issued by the Legal Affairs Department
The implementation of the provisional deregistration application requires:
1- The sale to be made before the completion of the project.
2- A customer must have received or refused to receive the developer's warning within a period of not less than a month and it has not made the payment.
3- The amount claimed in the developer's warning must be identical to the amount set out in the Department's notice.
4- The developer's warning must not include any fines, real estate registration fees, service fees, or any administrative fees or other claims other than the financial payments owed by the investor as a price for the real estate unit to be deregistered.
5- If there is any amount refunded according to Law No. 13 of 2008, a manager's check in favor of the Department must be deposited at the Legal Support Department, and a copy of the same must be attached with the procedure or as the department deems appropriate.
6- In case that the numbers of the real estate units to be deregistered have been changed, a proof of the new numbers approval from the official or competent authorities must be attached, as well as a proof of notifying the investor of the change in their unit.
Note: The developer's warning or the Department's notice may be delivered in person or through the addresses set out in the contract.
AED 10 knowledge fee
AED 10 innovation fee
via the on-line system
Step I: Signing up and creating an account on Mollak system (if the customer signs up for the first time) or log in and selecting the the service
Step II: Filling in the details and attaching the required documents
Step III: Paying the fees and sending the application on-line
Step IV: Receiving and reviewing the application by a competent employee
Step V: Approval/rejection of the application and re-sending to the developer
Step V: In the event that the application is approved or rejected, an email will be sent to the parties
The Land Department's website (Real Estate Developers Portal - Oqood)
A procedure validation document (electronic form)
8 hours and 30 minutes