United Arab Emirates – Residents of Sharjah warmly greeted the new decision to reduce fees for attestation of rental contracts .
As his contract expired this month , Samir Hamid , a resident of Al Qasimia, was finding it difficult to pay 3,000 dirhams for the municipality certificate. He was satisfied that reducing the fee from 4 to 2 per cent meant that he only needed to specify half of the amount previously paid . “I made this news daily. I express my sincere gratitude to His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, for easing the residents’ anxiety in the current situation.”
“I used to pay 1,300 dirhams for the investigations, and my contract expired on the first of November. Now I will only pay 650 dirhams for the renewal,” said Al-Fayed Abdel Aziz Al-Masry, who lives in a one-bedroom apartment in Al-Nabah. Sultan for allowing me to send the other half to my family back home. May God protect you and prolong your life . ”
The Syrian residents, Safwan Muhammad, from Nasiriyah, echoed the same ideas about the new move. “This brought a smile on my face. I was unable to approach the municipal services center to pay the four per cent of 4,000 to me, because my salary had not been received for three months.
On the other hand, Indian expelled Jacob John is happy to have a technical flaw in the system on Sunday when he was at the municipal office to renew his office contract. “The employee told me to come back today. Thank God for delaying the certificate and helping me save half the amount. Thanks to the Sharjah government, which reduced the burden on us.”