Oman: Notary Public Law Amended

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Oman: Notary Public Law Amended

Atheer, 28 June 2022: Oman’s Sultan has issued four Sultani Decrees, including Oman Sultani Decree No. 53/2022, on the General Authority for Special Economic Zones and Free Zones and the Public Establishment for Industrial Estates.

Under Article 1, the Public Establishment for Industrial Estates will be transferred to the General Authority for Special Economic Zones and Free Zones. The Public Establishment for Industrial Estates will exercise the competencies related to the operation of industrial zones.

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the General Authority for Special Economic Zones and Free Zones will issue the necessary decisions to implement the Decree. Anything which contradicts or contravenes it will be repealed. It will be published in the Official Gazette and come into force on the day it is published.

They also issued Oman Sultani Decree No. 51/2022 amending the Notary Public Law. Anything which contradicts or contravenes it will be repealed. It will be published in the Official Gazette and come into force on the day after it is published.

In addition, they issued Oman Sultani Decree No. 52/2022 amending the Documents and Archives Law. Anything which contradicts or contravenes it will be repealed. It will be published in the Official Gazette and come into force on the day after it is published.

Finally, they issued Oman Sultani Decree No. 54/2022 establishing the National Natural Park Reserve in the Musandam Governorate. A Natural National Park in Musandam Governorate will be established and the specified area and map will be allocated to it. Anything which contradicts or contravenes it will be repealed. It will be published in the Official Gazette and come into force on the day after it is published.

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