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**  Important Notice: General System Maintenance - Sat 22nd Oct 16:00 to Sun 23rd Oct 06:00   **

Please note that, due to General System Maintenance, the eJudiciary system will not be available from Saturday 22nd Oct 2016 16:00 to Sunday 23rd Oct 06:00.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
New Release Version R15-07-2016 to be deployed on Friday 29th July 2016
The eJudiciary system will be unavailable during the deployment of this new version on Friday 29th July 2016 from 4pm to 7pm.
The main new feature included in this release is:
*  The Witness Module has been introduced, allowing for the processing of Summons to Witnesses and Notice of Tender of Evidence.

Please refer to the How-To guide to Witness Module in the Manuals & Instructions Section for more details.

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.
New Release Version R16-05-2016 to be deployed on Friday 15th July 2016
There are new features and enhancements in the Release ver 16-05-2016 to be launched on Friday 15th July 2016.
The eJudiciary system will be unavailable during the deployment of this new version on Friday 15th July 2016 from 4pm to 8pm.
The new features included in this release are:
*  Cases can be moved from Hearings to Pleadings to allow Pleadings to continue.
Withdrawal of Attorney from a case is now possible provided case is still in Pleadindgs, Attorney is defending party (filing attorney cannot be withdrawn, only substituted) and Attorney has not filed any Pleading Documents.
*  After a case is fixed for Hearing, the Next Milestone and Milestone End Date are not displayed in the Pleadings panel anymore.
*  Registry can upload Minutes of Proceedings for Physical Appearance.
*  Registry can upload further documents in a case, even when case is disposed, under 'Other Corresponding Documents'.
Impact Assessment eJudiciary
The Investment Climate Facility for Africa which partly funded phase 1 of the eJudiciary project has commissioned IMPAQ International to effect an impact assessment of the system implemented at the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court since 2014.
Mr Jean Paul Petraud, representative of IMPAQ Int. is gathering survey data to better understand the impact and will issue a questionnaire to all users who are kindly requested to collaborate by returning the questionnaire to him duly filled in.
For more details, please refer to the letter 'Impact Assessment re: eJudiciary' from the Master & Registrar, a copy of which is uploaded in the 'Manuals & Instructions' section of the eJudiciary system.
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