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Japan will promote digital reform of civil judicial procedures in a way that will broadly benefit the population, including those not used to information technology devices, Supreme Court Chief Justice Naoto Otani has said.

Otani made the remark at the time when the country’s parliament is expected to enact a bill shortly to entirely digitalize court administration for civil trials, from suit-filing to judgment.

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