Riyadh — MOJ, the Ministry of Justice launched an e-service for debt statements through the Najiz.sa portal. The services include debt acknowledgment, acknowledgment of debt repayment, and debt waiver.
The debt acknowledgment service facilitates the client (borrower) to certify and acknowledge the debt owed to someone.
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The users of the App log into Najiz.sa, select “Notarization,” “Declarations,” “New Declaration,” fill in the lender and borrower’s information and the acknowledgment details, and confirm the statement.
“The new e-service requires that the parties are over 18 years of age, mentally competent, with a valid power of attorney in case the applicant is an agent. The total debt acknowledgments in a single year should not exceed three million riyals,” the MoJ said.
The acknowledgment of debt repayment e-service enables the client (lender) to declare the repayment of a loan given to someone without visiting a notarial office.
The total acknowledgment must not exceed three million riyals in a single year.
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The debt waiver service enables the client (lender) to certify electronically the waiver of a loan given to someone.
The e-services are part of the digital transformation and the ministry’s upgrading in various sectors.