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 ejustice 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.