Qatar’s Justice Ministry launches upgraded online state lawsuit system

Qatar’s Justice Ministry launches upgraded online state lawsuit system

The Ministry of Justice in Qatar has introduced an upgraded version of the online state lawsuit system that seeks to facilitate the work of all system users and offer a broad view of all sorts of lawsuits and data dedicated to the needs of each user.

The Ministry explained that the online lawsuit system will facilitate the ease of dealing with state lawsuits electronically and smooth navigation of the system’s content through the main page. It will also offer flexibility to search for lawsuits on the main page that will include case numbers, most essential data on state issues, parties involved in the case, etc.

In addition, the updated system will provide links for both general and detailed statistics for all sorts of cases in seconds and allow access to the overall general plan for all cases and several degrees of litigation.

Each official will also be informed of the distribution of the total workload among the administrative departments and units. It also has the reminder feature that will remind all lawyers of the times and dates of their assigned cases.

Masoud bin Mohammad Al Ameri, Minister of Justice, expressed his belief that the upgraded online lawsuits system will offer more efficiency in fully solving and following up cases and monitoring the administration's work, in accordance with the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani to create the justice systems to enable prompt justice.

Hessa Ali Al Sulaiti, the Director of the Information Systems Department at the Ministry of Justice, said that the online lawsuit has been upgraded to ensure the quality of performance, speed of data circulation, and provision of a legal database that allows the state lawsuit department to prepare statistics and reports on the number of cases filed against or by the state electronically.

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