Dubai Courts expands smart payment service

Integrated smart payment interfaces without the need to log in

The smart service enables Dubai Courts' judicial assistants, secretaries and case managers to expedite litigation and execution procedures.
The smart service enables Dubai Courts' judicial assistants, secretaries and case managers to expedite litigation and execution procedures.

Dubai Courts is extending its online payments service to include case fees, insurance and fines for all services that do not currently fall under the umbrella of the registration of past cases or smart applications.

H.E Tarish Eid Al Mansoori, general manager, Dubai Courts, said: “The Smart Payment for Case Fees Deposits and Fines’ represents our efforts to promote smart services, which are a cornerstone of future infrastructure aimed at improving the lifestyle and happiness of people and the well-being of society.”

Dubai Courts has also added new smart services to facilitate litigation procedures, and enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the emirate’s judicial system.

Features include immediate notification customers when issuing tickets for the delivery of fees, trusts and fines cases through e-mail and SMS; provides a direct link to the payment page; and allows the general user to enquire about the fees, trusts and fines without having to log on the courts’ website.

The smart service is also an effective way to enable Dubai Courts' judicial assistants, secretaries and case managers to expedite litigation and execution procedures, based on a new mechanism to ensure that fees and fee teams are charged without having to ask the parties or the representative to come to the Court building to settle outstanding payments.

The services available through the “Smart Payment Service for Case Fees Deposits and Fines" include the payment of cases fees set by secretaries and case managers during the phases of litigation or execution; payment of ordinary cases and experience trusts determined by the judicial assistants in accordance with the decision of the judge; and payment of fines cases identified by judicial assistants based on the judge's decision.

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