Through this service, the plaintiff can be granted a statement of no objection to the referral of the case for examination before the courts of law in case he/she expressed, in writing, his/her unwillingness to settle the dispute by reconciliation.
Please follow the steps below:
- Submit the application along with the required documents to the registrar of the Conciliation and Reconciliation Committee.
Receive copy of the referral decision
- Personal attendance of the plaintiff or his legal representative provided that such representative is competent and of legal age of 21 years.
- The application for the examination of the dispute should include the following:
- Name, address, nationality and telephone of the plaintiff and his/her legal representative, if any.
- Name, address, nationality and telephone of the defendant and his/her legal representative, if any.
- Compendium of the dispute subject along with the demand and documents in support thereto.
- The jurisdiction of the Conciliation and Reconciliation Committees does not include orders on petitions, summary actions or actions related to time, actions to which the government is party and lease cases, which are to be examined before special committees and civil status cases.
If any or both parties to the dispute are of a corporate identity, copy of the Memorandum of Association, copies of trade licenses and authorization of signatures as well as documents supporting the claims shall be enclosed.
- Copy and Original of ID of the applicant
- Original copy of Power of attorney
- Original copy of application
Sunday – Thursday: 7:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Public service hours:
Sunday - Thursday: 7:30 AM – 3:00 PM