Through Dari – the digital real estate ecosystem – you can easily register a tenancy contract online. As a leaser, you can smoothly start the online lease registration (Tawtheeq) process by following these steps:
- Login to Dari
- Click on Services from the home page
- Select Lease from the Services list that will appear
- Select Register Tenancy Contract which is the first item in the submenu
- Select the property you want to lease
Lease registering can be done by following 5 simple steps, check them out below!
Step 1 Property details: At the beginning, as a leaser you will need to state the type of contract (residential, commercial, or industrial), tenant type (person, company, diplomat, government), and enter the premise ID
Step 2 Tenant details: In this step, you will be able to add the tenant and occupant details. Dari recognizes our types of tenants, which are outlined in detail below.
- Person: If the tenant is a person, you will need to enter the tenant’s Emirati ID number (EID) or their Unified Number (UID). The tenant’s email address and phone number will appear automatically. If they do not appear automatically, you will need to manually add them.
- Company: If the tenant is a company, you will need to enter the trade license number. If the company has been previously registered on Dari, the company name will appear automatically. Then you will have to manually add the business email address, phone number and representative. If the company has not been previously registered on Dari, you will be notified so you can take the next step.
- Diplomat: The diplomat can be a person or an embassy. If the tenant is a person, you will have to enter the tenant’s diplomatic ID number. The tenant’s name, phone number and email address will appear automatically. If they do not appear automatically, you will have to manually add them. If the tenant is an embassy, you will have to enter the trade license number. All details should then appear automatically if the embassy has been previously registered on Dari. If the embassy has not been previously registered on Dari, a message saying this will appear to you.
- Government: If the tenant is a governmental entity, then you will have to enter the governmental entity’s number on the system.
Step 3 Rent details: In this step, you will be able to enter the following details related to the rent agreement:
- The total rent amount for the contract period
- The tenancy contract start date
- The tenancy contract expiry date
- The tenancy contract duration and yearly rent amount (will be automatically added)
- The deposit fee
- The payment method
- The number of installments
- Municipality fees (who will pay Tenant or Leaser)
- Stating whether the tenant will be allowed to sublease
Note: If the contract duration exceeds four years, an official approval will be required from the Department of Municipality and Transport (DMT).
Step 4 Appendix and documents: You will need to attach any appendix if additional information is required. Documents can be easily uploaded by the leaser through any device.
Step 5 Review: In this step, you will be able to review all the information entered and/or uploaded before sending the tenancy contract to the tenant.
When all the steps above have been taken, the tenant will receive a notification letting them know of all the tenancy contract details to accept or return.
If the tenant rejects the contract, the leaser will be able to review the rejection reasons. They will then have two choices:
- Edit contract: If the tenant did not accept the contract, they will have to add their reason of rejection for the leaser to review. If you accept the tenant’s rejection reasons, a screen will appear to edit the contract details. Once edited, a message will appear to sign the contract (within a designated area) and to accept Dari’s terms and conditions. Click on the checkmark within the designated area then click on Send to automatically transfer to the exit page.
- Terminate contract: If you reject the tenant’s rejection reasons, click on Terminate and a notification will be sent to the tenant letting them know that the tenancy contract has been terminated by the leaser.
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