Participating as part of the Dubai Digital Pavilion in GITEX GLOBAL 2023, Dubai Land Department Rental Dispute Center (RDC) launched his ‘Metaverse litigation’a new virtual platform that uses metaversa technology for real estate litigation sessions.
He DRC He also announced his ‘Judicial investigation‘ service. This innovative concept, now accessible through the new website, constitutes an integrated court that harnesses the power of AI to offer the center’s full portfolio of litigation services.
Through this system, a litigant can initiate a case, such as filing an eviction case for nonpayment of rent, and receive a ruling within minutes, all without judicial intervention.
Sultan Butti bin Mejren, Director General of Dubai Land Departmentemphasized that introducing the ‘Metaverse litigation’ and activating the ‘Judicial investigation’ represents a notable transformation in the way litigation services are delivered and a commitment to adopting cutting-edge technologies to improve the rental court system, aligning with future developments.
“This integration improves efficiency and delivers user-friendly experiences for our valued customers.”
Judge Abdulqader Mousa, president of the Rental Disputes Centersaid that these virtual platforms demonstrate RDC’s continued commitment to strengthening its judicial system in alignment with global best practices and that the metaverse litigation system is set to offer an interactive experience to streamline litigation procedures, setting new benchmarks in this domain.
Rental Dispute Center It also showcases digital services, including its revamped independent website, which offers a full suite of services for tenancy and joint ownership disputes.
The website has been designed with a user-friendly interface to facilitate interaction and access to its services.
Digital services to streamline rental disputes
He DRC He also highlighted the benefits of kashif platforma digital tool designed to streamline and expedite the execution of sentences.
This platform reveals the properties and assets owned by the individual against whom enforcement is sought through digital integration with various government agencies including the Dubai Land Departmenthe Highways and Transportation Authorityand others.
This process is automated and is initiated by opening a run file through the Rental Dispute Center website.
He DRC also provides the Smart Judge service, offering clients access to free legal advice informing them of the rights of all parties involved in a rental relationship before starting legal proceedings.
Is Rental status sheet The service allows the parties to inquire about the rental status of the other party in the DRC system before drafting a lease.
News source: Gulf Business