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The Ministry of Justice is Releasing Their Handbook of Online Service Guidelines

The Ministry of Justice has issued a guide to the electronic litigation service, which includes a detailed explanation of the steps to take advantage of the service through the “Nagiz” portal.

The ministry said that the guide provides an explanation of the steps for exchanging notes, responding to questions and requests of the judicial department, the method for raising required attachments, the method for requesting an extension of the placement period, along with an explanation of the placement method via video calling, and samples of text messages for the service.

She explained that judicial hearings do not need to book an appointment, as the recipient will receive a text message on his mobile stating that he will transfer his case to the electronic litigation track, including the specified date and a link to attend the session remotely.

The Ministry confirmed that the current appointment reservation service allows the beneficiary to request an appointment to attend the judicial facilities when the procedure is required. A service is not available within the electronic services in a completed portal

The “electronic litigation” service includes all the litigation procedures stipulated in the systems that can be applied electronically, such as exchanging notes, submitting documents and documents, holding an electronic pleading session and remote pleading via video calling, pronouncing the verdict, receiving a copy of the judgment and challenging it before the higher court, through a platform The Ministry’s “electronic litigation”.

The Ministry stated that the guidebook can be viewed and downloaded from its website.