Kuwait demands its citizens in the Sultanate of Oman to transfer ownership of their real estate to Omanis

The Kuwaiti Embassy in the Sultanate of Oman has called upon Kuwaiti citizens who own land or real estate in a number of locations in the Sultanate of the necessity to dispose of these properties towards transferring their ownership by legal means to an Omani citizen no later than November 19 next.

According to the Kuwaiti newspaper, Al-Rai, the embassy stated in a press statement, today, Sunday, that this comes in implementation of the Royal Decree banning non-Omani citizens' ownership of land and real estate in these sites.

She added that the sites where non-Omanis are prohibited from owning land and real estate are:

  •  Musandam Governorate - Al Buraimi - Al Dhahirah - Al Wusta - Dhofar (except for Salalah).

  •  Liwa State - Shinas - his destiny.

  •  The Green Mountain - Jabal Shams - and any other mountains of strategic importance determined by the competent authorities.

  • carrots.

  • Archaeological and old lanes specified by the Ministry of Heritage and Culture.

  • Agricultural lands throughout the Sultanate.

  • The sites near the palaces and the security and military authorities determined by the competent authorities.

  • She stated that Kuwaiti citizens can extend the deadline for a period of one year only after the approval of the Omani Ministry of Housing through the electronic form available on the ministry’s website.

    The Kuwaiti embassy in Muscat expressed its readiness to receive citizens' calls in case there are any inquiries or assistance requests.

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