Summary: 1. Introduction. – 2. E-justice in Ukraine and in Austria. – 2.1. E-justice and the Tasks of the Civil Procedure. – 2.2. Current State and Strategy of E-justice Development in Ukraine. – 2.3. Current State and Strategy of E-justice Development in Austria. – 2.4. Common Elements of E-justice in Ukraine and Austria. – 2.4.1. Submission of the Statement of Claim, Applications, other Documents to the Court in Electronic Form. –2.4.2. Electronic Evidence. – 2.4.3. Consideration of the Case in Electronic Form. – 3. Potential Risks and Benefits of E-justice Experience in Austria and Ukraine. – 3.1. The Main Features of E-justice and Risks. - 3.2. What Makes the Procedure More Effective? – 4. Conclusions.
The article is devoted to the comparative analysis of e-justice in Ukraine and Austria, in particular, the authors describe the current situation, strategy of e-justice development in Ukraine and Austria, as well as the potential risks, problems and benefits of introducing e-justice in Ukraine.
The link between the goals and task of civil proceeding with e-justice was succinctly shown in this article. Also, the common elements of e-justice in Ukraine and Austria were highlighted, among them the following three elements were analysed in depth: an appeal to court with different documents, electronic evidence and consideration of the case in electronic form.
Based on the comparative analysis, conclusions about what is common and different in e-justice in Ukraine and Austria and the value Ukraine should take from the experience of e-justice in Austria were drawn.