Without involving a judge, you can settle rental problems in the metaverse and receive decisions in Dubai.
The Dubai Land Department’s Rental Dispute Center (RDC), the largest tech exhibition in the Middle East, is showcasing some of these digital solutions at Gitex Global 2023 to address challenges in the country’s real estate sector.
“Metaverse Litigation,” a virtual courtroom for real estate disputes that makes use of metaverse technology, was unveiled by the RDC. The goal is to improve the experience for all parties while finding innovative ways to settle rental disputes.
Additionally, the Center is highlighting its “Judicial Probe” service. The concept of an integrated court that uses artificial intelligence to perform legal services is now accessible through the new website. Without the need for a court, a litigant can utilize this technology to initiate a case—for instance, a request for eviction due to unpaid rent—and receive a verdict within minutes. This objective is supported by the government’s directives to include AI into all provided services.
The chairman of the RDC, Judge Abdulqader Mousa, stated that the virtual platforms represent the RDC’s continued commitment to improving its judicial system in accordance with international best practices and that the metaverse litigation system is slated to provide an interactive experience to speed up litigation processes.
Aside from that, the RDC is showcasing digital services, such as a newly updated standalone website that provides a variety of services for rental and co-ownership property disputes.
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