ELECTRONIC COURT OF THE JUDICIARY OF THE STATE OF MEXICO
What is the Electronic Court of the Judiciary of the State of Mexico?
To improve the Administration of Justice Service and with a view to achieving greater efficiency in the activities of the courts of the State of Mexico, the Electronic Record System was created.
There are certain aspects you can’t miss, so consider the following:
I. Electronic File: It is the digitized copy of all promotions and documents submitted by the parties, as well as agreements, resolutions or judgments and any information contained in or belonging to the physical file.
II. Institutional Electronic Mail: Network service provided by the Mexican State Judiciary, which allows users to receive electronic notifications through electronic communication systems.
III: The Electronic Judicial Signature of the State of Mexico (Fejem): It is a tool that allows to sign a document electronically with legal validity.
The Electronic Court of the Judiciary of the State of Mexico is a system that makes it possible for trial lawyers to access the electronic file online without having to go to the courts to process complaints.
Through the Electronic Court of the Judiciary of the State of Mexico, you can:
- File Claims.
- File Promotions.
- Consult Electronic Notices.
- Consult Documents of Court Agreements and Judgments.
In view of the health emergency caused by Covid-19, it is of greater importance that the Mexican State Judiciary has implemented this platform via the Internet for the parties, so that the administration of justice continues and is not delayed for so long. In this regard, work on certain trials in the State of Mexico can be carried out electronically, which will be practical, taking into consideration the progressive or gradual return to activities.
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