BIC reviews its digital execution work
The Beijing Internet Court (BIC) has concluded 159,778 cases and executed 9,785 filed cases since its establishment on Sept 9, 2018, according to a press conference held by the BIC on Nov 17.
The court's automatic execution rate of judgments was 92.88 percent. It completed the execution of 8,320 cases with each judge concluded 313.33 cases at average, ranking first in the capital city for two consecutive years.
The court's average delivery period of case-related money is 2.81 days, and is constantly breaking the record of the shortest delivery period among courts in Beijing.
Li Weina, head of the BIC Trial Management Office (Research Office). [Photo/Beijing Internet Court]
Thanks to internet technology, the BIC has greatly improved the quality and efficiency of its judicial services, which has enabled litigation procedures to be handled online.
With block chain-based intelligent contracting technology, filing and execution can be accomplished in a few clicks. The court also embeds the QR code for paying case-related money in the execution notice, providing more convenient services for litigants.
The delivery of case-related money and the monitoring mechanism of the property of the person subjected to execution can also be improved through intelligent online platforms.
Cui Liping, deputy director of the Enforcement Department of the BIC, introduces the innovative measures of digital enforcement. [Photo/Beijing Internet Court]
Morover, digital technology also helps the BIC optimize workflow and strengthen internal supervision on execution. Paperless judgment documents can reach the judge in a shorter time. It enlarges the coverage of cases for online trials.
Xiong Zhigang, judge from the Enforcement Department of the BIC, accepts an interview. [Photo/Beijing Internet Court]
Based on its Tianping blockchain, the BIC invites notary offices to conduct field investigations, so as to ensure the standardization of workflow, process authenticity, and the reliability of results.
All the links of execution and online approvals, as well as other documents, can be traced.