President Ilham Aliyev has recently made a significant change to the “Rules for the preparation and maintenance of a unified state register of real estate in the Republic of Azerbaijan.”
Let me break it down for you in simpler terms.
The President signed a decree stating that if you’re applying for something and the required documents are available electronically from the government, you don’t need to provide physical copies anymore. This means that if the government has the documents you need in their online system, you can access them there. However, if the documents aren’t available electronically, you’ll have to request them from the government, either with your consent or by providing them yourself.
Moreover, if you’re applying to create a real estate object, like a building or property, and the necessary documents can be obtained electronically from the government, you don’t have to submit physical copies. But, if these documents can’t be accessed online, you’ll have to request them from the government with your consent or provide them yourself.
This change aims to make the application process easier for everyone by reducing the need for physical paperwork when the information is already available digitally. It’s a step forward in utilizing technology to streamline administrative procedures.
Did you know: How much paper is used every day?The average office worker uses about four dozen sheets of paper per day, of which about half is considered waste. 70% of the total waste in offices is made up of paper, and as much as 30% of print jobs are never even picked up from the printer.
Are you planning to buy a property in Azerbaijan and need to submit documents for an application, check if they’re available online first. It might save you some time and hassle. Keep up the good work!