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Bequest Registration

Commandment Registration Transaction (Bequest)

Required documents

  1. Original property title deed.
  2. Documents proving the death of the Commandment person.
  3. Copy of valid passports or ID cards.
  4. When there is a power of attorney for seller or buyer, a maximum of two authorized contract is required (According to the Minister of Justice and Islamic Affairs law No. 15/2000). If the power of attorney was issued out of the Kingdom of Bahrain it should be stamped and approved from the Ministry of Foreign affairs and concerned embassy.
  5. Will instrument after being notarized by the religious court.

Transaction fees

  • 5 dinar fixed fees for every transaction
  • Land registration form costs one dinar for every transaction.

Registration prohibitions

  • A request from the Ministry of justice and Islamic Affairs courts to block any transaction for the property.
  • Request from the minister of Municipality and agriculture affairs to possess the property before registration.
  • Submitting the notarized contract one year after its notarization date.

Note: During the receipt of the request if there is a need for more documents than that is mentioned, you will need to bring them.