The Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia and its innovations to Enhance Efficiency in the Court System
12 July 2018
Recently, the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia ('SCRI') issued several regulations to streamline court procedure and enhance efficiency in the court system, including the SCRI Regulation No. 9 of 2017 on Decision Formatting, which aims to simplify the decision format and, with that, accelerate the timing of service of decision to the relevant party, and the SCRI Regulation No. 3 of 2018 on Electronic Court Administration, which introduces and facilitates court proceeding administration through an online system.
Once the electronic system is fully launched, parties will benefit from more efficient case management since all correspondence, including notification of summons and delivery of the decision will be made to the registered lawyer's verified email and/or mobile phone number.
These innovations are viewed as attempts to enhance transparency and eradicate corruption in the court system, in addition to the SCRI endeavor to combat the stigma of the lengthy and costly process of litigating in Indonesia.
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