Facilitating access to the law: e-justice
The digitalisation of justice contributes to the rationalisation and simplification of judicial procedures. It also reduces procedural delays and operating costs for the benefit of citizens, businesses, legal practitioners and the administration of justice.
On 2 December 2020, the European Commission published a communication on the digitalisation of justice systems in the European Union. It aims to make digital the default option in cross-border judicial cooperation.
The CNUE and its members are resolutely committed to this goal: creation and interconnection of registers, dematerialisation of data transfer, online company formation, deployment of e-signature, electronic authentic instruments, videoconferencing and more.