Supreme Court launches online registration of cases

KATHMANDU: The Supreme Court has launched online registration of cases and sending notification of the cause list via the automated system from today.

Inaugurating the service, Chief Justice Bishowambhar Prasad Shrestha expressed the confidence that with the launching of this service it would be easy and convenient for the people from the far-flung areas to avail of this service.

He said preparations are being made to gradually implement this system developed by the Supreme Court’s Information Technology Section at the High and District courts as well. The Chief Justice urged one and all to cooperate in making this accomplishment successful.

“Information technology promotes transparency and this technology has been used to provide access to justice to the members of the general public and people living in remote areas. All the writs and cases can now be registered online. This should be made successful,” he added.

It is believed that the use of this system will facilitate remote and online registration of cases through firms, which will reduce both the cost and time of in-person registration of cases at the court.

Likewise, the Supreme Court has stated that no fees are charged for using this system for registering cases, works like case registration will gradually be paperless and management of archives will be easier with the development of the digital files of cases, among others.


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