7 Easy Steps to Register Co Occupants on Ejari in Dubai

Register Co Occupants on Ejari for a Safe Home

The Dubai government wants everyone living in rented or owned properties to register co occupants, whether they are family, friends, or domestic help. This is important to ensure that everyone’s rights are protected in case of subletting.

In Dubai, there’s a system called Ejari introduced by RERA (Real Estate Regulatory Agency) to protect the rights of people involved in a rental agreement. To make this system stronger, DLD (Dubai Land Department)Opens in a new tab. requires everyone – property owners, tenants, developers, and property management companies – to register all co-occupants on Ejari. This is a way to ensure that people are not sharing accommodations illegally in Dubai.

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Ejari makes it a must to register co occupants to prevent any unauthorized sharing of living spaces. It’s important for the main person living in a property (whose name is on the Ejari contract) to register the details of everyone else living there, whether the property is owned or rented.

Why Register Co Occupants?

Recent changes in UAE family laws allow unmarried couples and unrelated individuals to share homes. Many people now live together in Dubai, and it’s essential to register co-occupants to update Ejari or tenancy contracts automatically.

Registering co-occupants on Ejari comes with some notable benefits. Once the registration process is complete, the co-occupants can use the Ejari contract as proof of their identity. This becomes especially crucial in situations where there might be crackdowns on illegal accommodations in Dubai. Registering on Ejari helps protect the rights and identity of co-occupants during such events.

The good news is that there is no fee associated with the registration of co-occupants on Ejari. The process is free of cost, making it accessible and straightforward for all individuals living on a property in Dubai. This initiative ensures that everyone can comply with the regulations without any financial burden.

So, if you’ve signed a property contract in Dubai, it’s necessary to register the co-occupants. Let’s go through the steps of registering co-occupants on Ejari.

Steps to Register Co-Occupants:

Here are the simple steps you may follow on registerring the Co occupants on Ejari

  1. Download and Open Dubai REST APP:
    • If you’re a new user, register your account first.
  2. Select “Individual” and Log In Using UAE PASS:
    • Use the UAE PASS app to log in and authenticate yourself.
  3. Choose Your Property from the Dashboard:
    • Select the property where you live as a tenant.
  4. Manage Co-Occupants:
    • Click on “Manage Co-Occupants.”
  5. Add Co-Occupants:
    • Click on “Add More” to include details of the people living with you.
  6. Enter Details and Verify:
    • Input co-occupants’ date of birth and Emirates ID, then click verify.
  7. Add All Individuals:
    • Enter details of everyone living on the property. To remove someone, click the delete icon and submit.

Important Points to Remember:

  • Include all family members and co-occupants, such as domestic help.
  • If you don’t have UAE PASS, use Emirates ID or Residence Visa Number for registration.
  • Co-occupants without Emirates ID can use a valid passport number.

By following these simple steps, you ensure that everyone living with you is officially registered, protecting the rights of all residents in your shared accommodation.

If the co-occupants are in the process of obtaining their Emirates ID, they are not considered official residents of the UAE yet. However, it’s important for them to register on Ejari as soon as they receive their Emirates ID. This rule applies to all co-occupants who have been living on a property for more than 30 days.

Registering co-occupants on Ejari in Dubai is a quick and straightforward process, requiring only the relevant details of those living in the property. If you have any questions or need more information, you can reach out to the Dubai Land Department (DLD) at [email protected] or by calling +971-8004488.

Additionally, it’s crucial to note that if your rental contract has been renewed, it is mandatory to renew your Ejari contract as well. This ensures that all the information is up to date and in compliance with regulations.


Deena

Human Resource professional and writer.

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