In case of an off-plan property purchase, i.e. the acquisition of a property that has not been completed yet, the buyer will be registered in the so-called Interim Real Estate Register kept by the Dubai Land Department. The proof of such registration is called Oqood. Once the property has been completed or if a buyer acquires a finished property, the buyer will be entered as owner of the property in the Real Estate Register. Based on such entry, he will receive a title deed. With Oqood and title deed, respectively, a buyer can prove his right to a property.
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