Abu Dhabi: In line with its ambitions to strengthen the UAE’s remote litigation system, the Ministry of Justice has introduced an online power of attorney issuance service on its digital platform.
Considered as one of the key achievements of the country’s judicial and legal system, the remote litigation system will allow customers to promptly complete their transactions whether they are residing inside or outside the country, without personally visiting a notary public for services such as power of attorney documents.
The service which aligns with the UAE government’s objectives of reducing paper transactions, saving time and protecting the environment is also part of the Ministry’s future plans to improve judicial services and develop an integrated legal and judicial services system.
By using the service, customers can generate digital ratified power of attorney documents in less than 10 minutes and without the need to visit a notary public office, as well as safely store such documents using a blockchain system and a digital wallet and share them with third parties and competent authorities.
Featured in both Arabic and English, the platform operates on relevant tech solutions that ensure data integrity and prevents fraud and alterations. The service also enables notaries public and customers to view and follow up on applications and monitor performance levels, providing a streamlined platform for completing transactions.