These are the same as the Assessors, they give the impartial verdicts or assessments of each case according to the merits of each case.
This is where an independent verdict is given by an impartial arbitrator in order to settle a dispute. See Arbitration for further details.
Someone, like an eCourt Assessor, who gives an impartial viewpoint to deliver in independent fair minded verdict to settle a dispute.
These are the eCourt final verdicts or assessments of a case.
These are the people at eCourt who act as the impartial adjudicators and give the final verdicts or assessments for each case.
Is just another way to describe any method of dispute resolution.
The copy written and submitted that describes the dispute.
Anyone who uses eCourt in order to settle a dispute.
Often called Alternative Dispute Resolution, or ADR, which is any method of settling a dispute other than going through the normal court and legal systems.
An online justice system, or Dispute Resolution service that assesses disputes and offers independent impartial verdicts.
This usually consists of a series of negotiations between disputing parties towards a settlement. See Mediation for further details.
Someone, like an eCourt Assessor, who conducts a series of negotiations between clients in order to obtain a fair settlement.
SINGLE CLIENT APPLICATIONS
This is where only one of the two disputing parties submits Case Notes, in order to get an impartial, third party opinion, to try and encourage a settlement.
Used to describe the whole package that you submit to eCourt, including all your copy, pictures, forms, documents, and Case Notes.
THIRD PARTY REPRESENTATIVE
An impartial third party, usually a friend or relative, who agrees to act as an independent conduit in order
to gain a more subjective overview of the situation.
eCourts final judgement of a case.