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Lagos judiciary automates court filing system

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The Lagos State judiciary has automated its court filing process, according to the Cinfores Court Management Information System.

The firm mentioned that the Lagos State Courts Management Information System for Magistrate and Small Claims Court was recently launched at the Lagos State High Court in Ikeja, with the signing of a service-level agreement between the Lagos State Judiciary and the consultant firm, Cinfores Limited.

Mr Asawo Ibifuro, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Cinfores Limited, at the launch stated that about 49 court personnel were trained on how to use the Lagos State Courts Management Information System, while lawyers were provided with videos showing step-by-step processes of e-filing, using the platform.

In a statement, he said:, “With this system, affidavits are safe, verifiable and secure. The Cinfores Court Management Information System is the court’s present and future.

“It is currently defining court as a service, rather than a location, through improved service delivery, which will support effective and efficient justice administration.

“CoMiS was first deployed in Rivers State in March 2019, where it has continuously managed the Rivers State Judiciary’s e-filing activities. It has since been deployed in various courts across the country, including the FCT Customary Court of Appeal, Oyo State Judiciary, Kebbi State Judiciary, and Osun State High Court, among others.”

Ibifuro also added that over 350 users, including court personnel and private citizens, had registered for e-filing and e-affidavit deposition on the LagosCoMiS.



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