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The chief justice said that he would try his utmost to come upto expectations of litigants, bar and lawyers.
He said Judges should come out of their chambers and physically inspect the situation, problems being faced by the litigants while being there, in and around the courts.
At present, if the property in dispute of a litigant living in Dwarka is above ` 20 lakhs, he has to come all the way till the high court to fight the case.
They said the burden would increase over the litigants.
This initiative covers all litigants in labour, personal status, commercial, civil and real estate cases.
She said: "My role with Family Law Friend is supporting and assisting litigants in person, not working as a solicitor.
Amendments have also been made to the rules concerning Pro-Bono litigants (Part 38), whereby a panel may now decide, under certain circumstances, to grant a litigant a cost free trial.
We also find that unrepresented litigants are sometimes given too much leeway by the judge to make statements and bring issues to bear that would otherwise not be aired.
Will other vexatious litigants be encouraged to employ similar delay tactics in the court system knowing that plaintiffs may never get their day in court?
The intention of the programme was to provide initial aid for litigants and enable them to properly handle proceedings and lawsuits," said Dr Ahmed Saeed Bin Hazim, director general of Dubai Courts.
During the ceremony Dr Al Suwaidi stressed on the importance of the strategic partnership between DCDs and law firms in Dubai and which aims to achieve justice and assist in the task of litigants to access their rights.
To respond to the growing demands of litigants without lawyers, Alberta Justice brought together in 2005 members of the judiciary, representatives from criminal justice, legal and court services, as well as various advocacy and research groups.
The project is designed to give administrative help and moral support to unrepresented litigants in cases.
Abstract: The increasing number of family litigants without legal representation poses significant challenges for lawyers, litigants and the justice system.