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"e-Court Canada is extremely flexible because the individual or company can start a case using e-Court with/without the assistance of a legal professional. In many situations the claimant and/or defendant feel they wish to avoid legal expenses and obtain justice without expenses from legal counsel.

Others may feel they do not have the ability nor time to settle a case without legal professional assistance. In this case our Service desk can, if needed, refer you/your organization to a Lawyer, Barrister, Sollicitor or Attorney registered with e-Court. Just send an email via info@e-court.ca Alternative, we suggest you view representation. When choosing your own legal professional just make certain your counsel registers with e-Court.

Your dispute can be submitted to an expert & impartial independent mediator, arbitrator or a professional offering legal opinion for resolution. And all that in six easy steps and just in six weeks! Also read FAQ.

1. You send an email to the party you have a conflict with. Click. email

2. You register for the lifetime membership

3. You or your counsel invites the other party in a standard procedure (para 2 & 3). Click here for demo

4. You inform e-Court whether they wish a hearing should/should not take place. Please note a hearing will only take place if either or both parties requested a hearing at the time the case was registered for e-Court litigation. Furthermore, when conflicts deal with amounts higher than CDN 60,000 , there will always be a hearing.

5. The procedure starts. Click here for demo

6. Within six weeks the official litigated decision is sent to the claimant and defendant and/or legal counsel of both parties.

e-Court is quick, easy and inexpensive with/without legal assistance. We regularly inform you/your organization about the progress via email, but full information is always available via this website, hence our claim we offer total transparency. Click here for additional information about the standard procedure.

If you do not agree with e-Court's decision after having previously used the standard procedure, you can always decide to appeal. This procedure takes four weeks, hence the total procedure from start to finish will last no longer than ten weeks. Click here for further information about the appeal process.


With e-Court Real Benefits with Speedy Justice for Everyone :


Traditional jurisdiction in most countries often takes too long. Most of us experience delays of months or even years. And not to mention the hefty lawyers bills.

With e-Court, you know the duration and exact expenses of your case beforehand. We make justice in all areas transparent, professional, speedy, and above all inexpensive. Information about your case is always secure and accessible.

e-Court will re-shape the future of common & Civil litigation - Forces transforming the legal industry promise the emergence of new models that will allow clients to reap huge efficiencies, but at the expense of law firms that fail to adapt.

Moreover, with e-Court, justice no longer goes to the person or organization/company with the longest financial breath.

Flexible : e-Court is extremely flexible because the user can start an e-Court case with/without the assistance of a legal professional. In many situations the claimant and/or defendant feel they wish to avoid legal expenses and obtain justice without expenses from legal counsel.

Others may feel they do not have the ability nor time to settle a case without legal professional assistance. In this case our Service desk can, if needed, refer you/your organization to a Lawyer, Barrister, Sollicitor or Attorney registered with e-Court. Just send an email via info@e-court.ca Alternative, we suggest you view representation. When choosing your own legal professional just ensure your counsel registers with e-Court.

Benefits summary:
* secure, affordable, transparent justice
* quick, easy and affordable
* use of legal counsel is not a must
* qualified legal professionals available
* arbitrary decision or legal opinion rendered
* decisions by impartial arbitrator or judge
* an uniform litigation system
* standard procedure takes just six weeks
* appeal procedure takes just two weeks
* confidential
* membership around the world, such as:   

Our Global Internet Presence:
Besides our primary domain address icocr.org, we employ numerous e-Court domain addresses around the world in countries such as : Canada, USA, Mexico, Hong Kong, Netherlands, UK, Denmark, France, Spain, Switzerland, Italy,Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Ireland, Austria, Greece, Portugal, Norway, Poland, Finland, Brasil, Chile, Kenya, Nigeria, Australia, New Zealand, India, China, Singapore, Japan, Taiwan, Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Emirates, World, Czech Republic

Scope of Legal Areas : e-Court handles most civil disputes common to Individuals and medium size & small businesses in accordance with either the common law and/or the civil-law traditions in the United States. e-Court shall not consider bankruptcy law, criminal matters, fiscal and administrative matters. Also view Dispute Resolution.


With e-Court, litigation costs are reduced dramatically :

e-Court Canada partners with Cisco Global Technologies and employs its own "secure" Canadian "virtual" conference meeting rooms. ( click above image )

The essence of e-Court lies in the fact you will not be confronted with any surprises. Hence we will give you all relevant information upfront. In contrast to the relative low total e-Court costs, expenditures resulting from litigation in a traditional court can reach exorbitant high levels and may leave the plaintiff still out of pocket even though the case is decided in the plaintiff's favour. It is a tough business and financial decision committing to litigation in traditional courts, even when based on legal advice from several experienced professionals. Their advice may not always be consistent and will rarely allow a sober reality check as to the potential range of costs, and risks. To illustrate the potentially high litigation costs in a traditional court view Legal Fees & Expenses, etc