The Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation resolved today that from June 1 next the judicial offices To public and private organizations that send the national and federal courts, chambers and oral tribunals should be processed only in digital format. The measure implies stop using paper for those procedures that are carried out daily in the courts.
“All requests for reports that must be completed to public or private entities that are repeatedly and habitually issued in the framework of the cases that are processed in the Judicial Power of the Nation, They will only be processed digitally within the framework of the Judicial Management System and will be carried out with the user code that will be enabled to uniquely identify the beneficiary entity as Electronic Judicial Identification for the reception of the requirements “, establishes article 1 of the Regulation for the Electronic Filling of Offices with Entities Outside the Judiciary.
The regulation is part of the agreed 15/2020 that this Friday was signed by the five judges of the Supreme Court, Carlos Rosenkrantz, Elena Highton de Nolasco, Juan Carlos Maqueda and Ricardo Lorenzetti. The regulation establishes how the digital office is carried out, from the user’s account, the implementation plan, the password, among other points.
The Court explained that the measure was taken “within the process of change and modernization in the provision of the justice service” and that the electronic and digital file is already used in the Judicial Power of the Nation. “The line of action in the field of technology is carried out with the aim of gradually facilitating the transformation of the justice service in pursuit of greater efficiency, transparency, reduction of the use of paper and access of the parties to the causes”the judges argued.
The court noted that the regulation of the digital profession “Its main objective is to provide security to the electronic procedure and, consequently, to establish the instrumental aspects of its application” and that “the commissioning will be carried out in all the national and federal courts of the country, using a procedure and a methodology homogeneous and transparent, in order to safeguard the legal security of acts and the substitution of paper support ”.
“It should be noted that, from the entry into force of this agreement and according to the implementation plan, any public or private body that, repeatedly and regularly, requires information from national or federal courts, must possess a Unique Code for the Identification of External Organizations (CUIO), for judicial cases that are processed within the scope of the Judicial Power of the Nation”, Clarifies the resolution.
The judges explained that digital reduces the use of paper, which allows helping the environment, a policy established in the National Constitution. “In order to continue with this policy, this measure will be adopted that streamlines the use of paper, provides speed in processes and in turn results in a better use of physical space”, held the highest court.
On the other hand, the Court highlighted the importance of the measure in the context of the health emergency that the country is experiencing due to the coronavirus pandemic which implies the Social isolation. “In this sense and under this premise, recently, in order to achieve a less influx to the courts, it was ordered that the presentations made in the cases be completely in format digital, with Electronic signature, exempting the requirement of its presentation in material support ”, recalled the judges, adding that they also “The remote participation of judicial personnel and the work from their homes to magistrates, officials and employees were enabled.”
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