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**   Important Notice: Planned System Maintenance - TUESDAY 25 SEPT 2018 from 16:45 to 19:00   **
 
DEAR Valued Users,
 
PLEASE NOTE THAT, DUE TO GENERAL MAINTENANCE ON THE E-JUDICIARY SERVERS, THE SYSTEM WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE ON BELOW DATE :
 
TUESDAY 25-SEP-2018 FROM 16:45 TILL 19:00.
 
INCONVENIENCES REGRETTED.
 
MNS 
September 2018

 
 
Use Internet Explorer to access the system
 
Internet Explorer is the only supported browser to access the system. Other browsers will cause issue when used.

E.g. If you get a 'Right-click is disabled' message when logging in, the probable cause if that you are using an unsupported browser.

Note: Windows 10 uses Microsoft Edge as default browser. Ensure that you open the eJudiciary system with Internet Explorer.

 

How to use Internet Explorer in Windows 10
 
In the latest of the How-to guides, we explore how to use Internet Explorer in Windows 10.
 
Windows 10 comes with the latest browser Microsoft Edge set by default. The How-to guide, available in the Manuals & Instructions section, explains how to open the application in Internet Explorer and how to configure Internet Explorer settings.
 
 
 
 
*** eJudiciary Attorney Training ***
 
Mauritius Network Services Ltd is planning a training session for attorneys on the eJudiciary system. The training will be a refresher course on the eJudiciary basics.
 
A tentative date for the training has been set for Tuesday 28th August 2018, to be held in the training room at Mauritius Network Services Ltd office, Silicon Avenue, CyberCity, Ebene.
 
If you are interested, please contact customer.service@mns.mu for more information.
 
 

To all e-judiciary users

The e-judiciary system has not been accessible due to factors outside the control of the Judiciary.

The system has now been restored and will be open for electronic filing of new cases as from Saturday 25th November 2017, 09h00 a.m.


You may wish to note that due to the crash, the system has been restored to a previous state till 18th October 2017, 23h59 and the last restored case is Cause No. SC/COM/MOT/01396/2017, i.e., all transactions made before and up to 18th October 2017, 23h59 are available in the system.  All cases which have been filed and transactions made from 19th October 2017, 00h00 onwards are not in the system.

Therefore, the following steps are required to restore the system for period
19th October 2017, 00h00 to 25th November 2017, 08h59 a.m.  Cases filed as from
19th October 2017, 00h00 and any transactions (case representations, pleadings and requests) made after 19th October 2017, 00h00 to existing cases will need to be filed again.  The cases will be assigned new cause numbers; if need be, the previous date of lodging can be captured in the “Nature of Action” field during case lodging.
The Service Bureau (Phone Number:  2132616/email:  servicebureau2016@gmail.com) and MNS helpdesk (Phone Number:  401 6825/email:  helpdesk@mns.mu) will be available for any assistance required. 
 
Kindly note that the standing accounts will reflect the state of each account as at
18th October 2017, 23h59.  All payments for lodging of cases and transactions made after the 18th October 2017, 23h59 are not accounted for in the standing accounts.  Any replenishment to standing accounts made after 18th October 2017, 23h59 will be input by the Finance Section, Judiciary.  Relevant amounts will be deducted as and when transactions are made.  There is no risk of any double payment.
 
For any clarifications, please do not hesitate to contact the Service Bureau and MNS helpdesk.
 
We apologise for all the inconveniences caused and rely on your usual cooperation and understanding.
The Judiciary
24 November 2017
 
Updated: How to File Third Party Procedure instructions
 
An updated version of the How-to guide to filing Third Party Procedure has been uploaded in the Manuals & Instructions section.
 
 
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