The implementation of intermediate e-justice is one of the high priorities of the Minister of Justice and Public Order, Emilis Giolitis and in this direction he is working out solutions, so that I-justice is implemented as soon as possible, for the benefit of all, a statement from the Ministry of Justice states. .
He adds that “the Minister, in an effort to find a mutually acceptable solution, held a meeting last week with all members of the Council of the Pancyprian Bar Association, in the presence of the Deputy Minister of Innovation Research and Digital Policy.”
According to the announcement, “the delay in the use of i-justice is due to the distribution of the cost of the JCC commission, for the attorneys with the cost ranging from 0.03% to 1% depending on the type of credit card that will be is used and is expected not to exceed 50 thousand euros per year “.
The Pancyprian Bar Association “does not wish to bear this cost of JCC's supply, which will be imposed on payments made through the system and will relate to the collection of attorney fees, which are intended for the lawyers' pension fund”, the announcement continues. .
Also, “the General Accounting Office, as a competent service, requested opinions from both the Legal Service and the State Aid Superintendent on the possibility of payment of these costs by the state as it concerns in essence the management costs of the Pancyprian Bar Association and not the state “.
It is noted that “all involved government departments or future users, have worked together constructively and contribute to the creation of this important system for the courts, the legal world, businesses, ordinary citizens and in general for the justice system in our country.”