Land Department adopts ePay System

DUBAI — Dubai Land Department has adopted Dubai eGovernment's ePay System to allow users of its portal, ww, to make online payments.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Mon 12 Jun 2006, 10:06 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 7:21 PM

ePay is a centralised payment gateway integrated with the payment systems of government departments, thereby enabling payment either through credit cards or eDirham.

Malik-Owner portal, one of the services hosted on the Dubai Land Department web site, is an online portal designed exclusively for landowners in Dubai.

Inquiries, conduct business transactions, obtain title deeds and detailed maps of land sites, as well as duplicate copies of certificates and documents can all be obtained.

Landowners will find online payments extremely convenient, since ePay accepts MasterCard, Visa, Amex or eDirham.

Salem Al-Shair, eServices Director of Dubai eGovernment, said: “Dubai Land Department's decision to adopt ePay System represents a major step forward in our efforts to move government services to an online platform and thus ease the lives of clients of the various departments.

“Dubai eGovernment has already achieved considerable success in this regard by tying up with several government departments in Dubai, and we are on track to achieve our target of ensuring that 90 per cent of government services are made available online by the end of 2007."

The Director-General of Dubai Land Department, Sultan Butti Mujren, said: “With Dubai continuing to grow at a rapid pace, it has become imperative upon the city's government departments to reflect this growth by easing processes and providing advanced and user-friendly services. The move to adopt ePay is a step in this direction, and will prove greatly beneficial to users of our service as they can now carry out all payment transactions through a secure online platform.”

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