Yes, you can authorize someone to sell your car in Dubai by preparing a Power of Attorney. Visit a Notary Public to witness the signing, pay the associated fees, and submit the notarized document to the relevant authorities, such as the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).
The specific documents required for authorizing someone to sell your car in Dubai may vary, but mostly, you will need the following documents:
- Power of Attorney (POA): A notarized and attested document granting the authorized person the right to sell your car on your behalf.
- Your Passport and Emirates ID: Provide copies of your passport and Emirates ID.
- Passport and Emirates ID of the Authorized Person: Copies of the authorized person’s passport and Emirates ID.
- Vehicle Registration Card: The original vehicle registration card (Mulkiya) is required.
- Vehicle Sale Agreement: Prepare a vehicle sale agreement between you and the buyer, specifying the terms of the sale.
- Insurance Certificate: Provide a copy of the car insurance certificate.
- Safety Certificate: Some transactions may require a safety certificate for the vehicle.
- Valid UAE Driving License of the Authorized Person: A copy of the authorized person’s valid UAE driving license.
- Sale Certificate: This is obtained from the Dubai Traffic Department after completing the sale process.
- Letter of No Objection (NOC) from the Bank: If the car was financed, you may need a No Objection Certificate from the bank confirming that there are no outstanding payments.
Note: Please note that requirements may change, and it’s very important to check with the Dubai Traffic Department or consult legal professionals to ensure you have the most up-to-date and accurate information for your specific situation.
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