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To sell your property you will require a title deed on the property obtained through registration at the Dubai Lands Department.  You will also need a NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the developer to confirm that the property is free from any liabilities such as outstanding mortgages or unpaid instalments or service fees. Your original passport would be required and any other documents and receipts pertaining to the original sale and current state of the property.
 
 
It is compulsory to register all tenancy contracts for Dubai properties via the Ejari online portal. If you are a landlords of multiple properties you can apply for the course to complete formal training after which you will be provided with your own account and can access the central system from any on line location.  The cost for each tenancy contract registration is AED160. You may also appoint a Real Estate company with a Management License to complete this online registration process on your behalf.  The other method of registration is at a number of external Ejari offices located throughout Dubai however documentation is required and the charge is AED195.
29th June 2014

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