A new group of real estate brokers is sworn in to the Department of Justice

Doha: A new batch of licensed Qatari real estate brokers have been sworn in before the Real Estate Brokers Affairs Committee of the Ministry of Justice.

The batch included 34 mediators between individuals and real estate brokerage companies, bringing to 442 the number of licensed brokers since the activation of the new law.

The Ministry of Justice aims to develop the activity of real estate brokerage for individuals and companies, as part of its efforts to reorganize the real estate brokerage profession and work in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 22 of 2017 regulating real estate brokerage work to serve the national economy, develop working mechanisms in the real estate market and qualify people engaged in the brokerage profession to Qatari office owners and brokers. In this regard, the ministry notes the need to deal with real estate brokers licensed by the ministry in order to avoid violations of the law resulting from the exercise of brokerage activities without a license.

Since the activation by the Ministry of Justice of Law No. 22 of 2017 on the regulation of real estate brokerage, the license for this lot is part of the procedures for the execution of the provisions of the law and pushes the work from real estate brokerage to an organized and prepared legal organization. environment to keep pace with the economic and urban renaissance of the state and the great expansion of the real estate sector, as well as the necessary reconfiguration and organization of the real estate system to achieve the objectives of Qatar National Vision 2030.

The Deputy Undersecretary for Real Estate Registration and Documentation Affairs and Chairman of the Real Estate Brokers Affairs Committee, Saeed Abdullah Al Suwaidi, stressed the need to deal with licensed brokers due to its importance in protecting the rights of different parts. He warned against dealing with unlicensed brokers after the expiration period to reconcile the situation and start activating the law on real estate mediation, noting the need to adopt contract forms for real estate brokers in purchase and sale transactions in order to guarantee the rights of dealers and brokers.

The license for this batch came about after following the specific organizational procedures in accordance with the provisions of the law, which include interviewing candidates for employment in the profession, inspecting their offices and verifying their compliance with the professional practice requirements, as well as participation in specialized training. courses at the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies (CLJS).

The Real Estate Brokers Affairs Committee receives, sorts applications and organizes the required training in coordination with the CLJS training department to ensure that the candidate meets all the professional and legal requirements to play their role as real estate broker in this area. .

Kristan F. Talley