He Power of attorney announced that following the start of the intermediate phase of the Work Continuity Plan, the procedural deadlines will resume from Monday, July 6, which enables the action of the bailiffs in all matters.
“The notifications and other procedures related to the open processes will be reactivated, fully enabling the action of the bailiffs and other auxiliaries of justice,” explains the Council of the Judiciary in a press release.
The resumption of deadlines, the information indicates, corresponds to the opening of all judicial processes. that will be held virtually during the intermediate phase of the Continuity Plan, which begins on Wednesday, July 1, as announced.
In accordance with resolution 004-2020, of the Council of the Judiciary, the deadlines begin to run three business days after the start date of each phase, so this time it is Monday 6.
Due to the health crisis as a result of COVID-19, the Council of the Judiciary prepared this plan based on the risks posed by the pandemic for judicial servers and system users.
“It is based on a phased reintegration strategy, both administratively and jurisdictionally, which has enabled the labor integration of judges, judges, and judicial servants remotely, through the use of technological tools,” the information highlights.
In this intermediate phase, the admission, instruction and knowledge of all processes are available to all courts virtually, according to the transition the country is experiencing towards the normalization of all activities, but keeping all the provisions recommended by the national and international health organizations.
The Judiciary indicated that the total virtuality in the provision of services will be limited to the intermediate phase. From the next phase, the advanced one, all the courts will be available in person, making virtuality optional for the parties.
— Yurel De Jesús to www.gentetuya.com