China: Bejing releases White Paper on Internet Courts and Judiciary

Vice-President of the People's Supreme Judicial Court Li Shaoping, unveiled a White Paper on Chinese Internet Courts and Judiciary during a press conference in Wuzhen, on Wednesday. Since the first Internet Court was established in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province on August 2017, it has been mainly handling civil cases and some administrative lawsuits. Meanwhile, empowered by the electronic platform... Еще in the internet court, all litigation procedures can now be conducted online, for example, case filing and acceptance, court-referred mediation, proofing and evidence examination. Li Shaoping commented on the importance of the internet judiciary courts: «The internet courts are a milestone in the development of Internet Judiciary, which leads to a brand-new path. They also represent the fact that the exploration and implementation of Internet Judiciary has been institutionalised and systematised.» «To embrace the opportunities and challenges of Internet development, the People's Court chased the change, promoting the level of technology application in the judiciary into a more in-depth, accessible, high-effective one, and reached the goal of all matters being processed online,» he added. The report showed that all three internet courts have dealt with a total of 118,764 internet-related disputes as of October 31, 2019, from which over 88,000 cases were closed.

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