No Ejari? No water or electricity from July 1 in the UAE

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Moving to a new flat in Dubai? You will need to get your tenancy contract attested first before you can get your electricity and water services by next month. It’s no longer possible to move to your new flat and have your tenancy contract attested by getting an Ejari (‘My Rent’ in Arabic) at a much later date, unless you want to live without electricity and water.

Once the Ejari is attested, the customer will receive a welcome message from Dewa via e-mail and SMS, including the account and premise numbers, as well as a link to pay the security deposit.

Once the security deposit is paid online or using any of the smart channels provided by Dewa, electricity and water services are activated for the customer.


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