This service involves considering applications submitted by federal entities to be remitted of all or part of debts and dues payable to the government. These may include applications to impose, modify or be exempt from fees in accordance with the terms of the exemption outlined in the Cabinet's resolution No. 2 of 2011. According to the resolution, this may occur when there are dues payable to the federal government and there is a need for individuals to be exempted, and good reason is given.
Applications are submitted by the concerned federal entities to the Revenue Development Department at the Ministry of Finance (MoF) via the website. The applications are examined and analysed to make sure they fulfil the criteria outlined in the Cabinet resolution; they are then submitted to the Cabinet for approval or rejection.
General Revenue Development Department
Duly signed application for exemption
Evidentiary documentation requested by the fact-checking department as per case
There is no Fees
An e-mail is sent to MoF by the federal entity attached thereto an application to create, cancel or be exempted from fees
Application is examined by the General Revenue Department
A memorandum and the draft resolution is prepared, and the application in terms of financial and legal aspects drafted. The application shall then be submitted to the Cabinet for consideration within 60 days of receipt from the federal entity
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