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Facilitation of the Process of Issuing the Certificate of Exclusive Inheritance

Recently, the First Deputy of the Judiciary announced the “Instructions for Organizing and Accelerating the Process of Issuing the Certificate of Exclusive Inheritance and Writing the Will” for the implementation of the plan and document of judicial development and strengthen electronic judicial services to the people.

Based on this Instruction, the Dispute Resolution Development Center, the Legal and Judicial Affairs Department of the Judiciary, the Statistics and Information Technology Center and the State Property and Deeds Registration Organization are obliged to make maximum use of electronic proceedings, eliminate unnecessary steps and modify the process of issuing a certificate of exclusive inheritance and writing a will.

Accordingly, the information registered in the Civil Registration Organization is used to establish the inheritance relationship. In case of information deficiency or lack of access and if obtaining a witness certificate is necessary to establish a hereditary relationship, setting up an electronic testimony is sufficient and valid; unless the judicial authority deems it necessary to hear the testimony.

The Instruction emphasizes that the Center for Statistics and Information Technology is required to provide a platform for the electronic authentication of judicial documents for all persons. Also, the necessary infrastructure for electronic inquiries of the deceased official will, shall be provided by the State Property and Deeds Registration Organization.

The Judiciary Statistics and Information Technology Center is tasked with minimizing the possibility of human error in judicial decisions by smartening, automating, and electronizing judicial processes, and by using artificial intelligence capabilities to modify related systems.

Recently, the First Deputy of the Judiciary announced the “Instructions for Organizing and Accelerating the Process of Issuing the Certificate of Exclusive Inheritance and Writing the Will” for the implementation of the plan and document of judicial development and strengthen electronic judicial services to the people.

Based on this Instruction, the Dispute Resolution Development Center, the Legal and Judicial Affairs Department of the Judiciary, the Statistics and Information Technology Center and the State Property and Deeds Registration Organization are obliged to make maximum use of electronic proceedings, eliminate unnecessary steps and modify the process of issuing a certificate of exclusive inheritance and writing a will.