Coronavirus: king Mohammed VI exempts from rent tenants of Habous premises
King Mohammed VI gave instructions to the Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs to exempt from rent the tenants of endowment premises intended for trade, business, services or housing, during the period of confinement because of COVID-19.
King Mohammed VI, Commander of the Faithful and Supreme Nadher of the Waqfs, decided to exempt from rent the tenants of Habous premises used for trade, business, services and housing, with the exception of civil servants who rent endowment houses, throughout the health emergency period, said Wednesday the Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs.
The move is part of the Monarch’s constant solicitude towards the people impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, underlined the ministry in a press release.
The rent exemption will last throughout the duration of the health emergency, the ministry said.